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Optimizing Fertility: Exploring Supplements for Increasing Sperm Count

Vitamin C is an antioxidant known to aid sperm concentration, motility and morphology. According to one study, two months of supplementing with both E and C significantly decreased DNA damage levels in sperm.

NAC, an anti-oxidant supplement, can reduce oxidative stress and inflammation. One study demonstrated its effects by showing increased sperm count and normal morphology among men suffering from asthenozoospermia. Folate, an essential nutrient essential to male fertility health, can also support male reproductive wellness – eating oily fish, vegetables, and fruit can increase your intake of folate-rich food sources such as this supplement.

Human chorionic gonadotropin:

HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) is a hormone which stimulates both ovulation and testosterone production in women and stimulates production in men, as well as being used as an early pregnancy testing and diagnosis tool. HCG derives its name from chordate, Latin for “after birth.” High levels of HCG can signal either an unplanned pregnancies or even an ectopic pregnancy.

HCG can increase male sperm count and libido by mimicking the action of luteinizing hormone (LH). HCG injections are given directly by physicians; dosage depends upon each patient’s medical condition as well as other factors.

Most commonly, side effects from taking this medication may include water weight gain, swelling, and discomfort where an injection was given. More serious adverse reactions include fast or irregular heartbeat, chest fluttering and shortness of breath – if this occurs you should contact your physician immediately for medical assistance.

Human menopausal gonadotropin:

Men with sperm counts below 30 million/ml can use human menopausal gonadotropin therapy to increase intratesticular testosterone levels, improving sperm counts and increasing odds of success during intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) cycles as well as the likelihood of live birth after IVF treatment.

Before ICSI, patients must refrain from sexual activity and have their semen analyzed for count, motility and morphology analysis as well as a high-resolution map of sperm to assist their clinician in selecting an ideal morphology to promote pregnancy and fertilization. A precoitally saline douche and postictal semen analysis may also help improve quality ejaculated Majun Raig Mahi.

Recent research conducted with infertile women with normal ovarian function was divided into groups that received different combinations of recombinant follicle-stimulating hormone (rFSH) and human menopausal gonadotropin (HMG). Researchers discovered that those taking both medications experienced a 22% improvement in sperm count over those without HMG treatment.

Clomiphene citrate:

Clomiphene citrate, a selective estrogen receptor modulator, has long been prescribed as a remedy for female infertility. More recently, its potential has also been investigated as an off-label treatment for male infertility; various studies have demonstrated its positive effects in improving semen quality by stimulating hormone synthesis and spermatogenesis; however, researchers still need more data about optimal dosage and duration for treating male infertility with clomiphene citrate treatment.

This drug may help boost sperm count by stimulating production of LH and FSH hormones that contribute to testosterone and sperm production, as well as improve sperm motility which is necessary for fertilizing an egg.

Recent research discovered that combining vitamin E with clomiphene citrate significantly increased sperm concentration, forward progression motility and total sperm count among 90 patients diagnosed with idiopathic oligoasthenozoospermia. They were randomly allocated either vitamin E alone, clomiphene citrate alone, or both treatments together at various doses; results proved the combination was much more successful than either one on its own.

D-aspartic acid:

D-aspartic acid (DAA) is an amino acid naturally present in the body that serves as a precursor for N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA), an inhibitory neurotransmitter. As such, it binds with receptors found in brain tissues to become an anabolic hormone and act as an effective natural testosterone booster.

Studies have demonstrated that D-aspartic acid can significantly boost testosterone levels for men with low levels, as well as increase concentration and motility of sperm in some patients. It works by stimulating tyrosine phosphorylation, cholesterol efflux, and cAMP generation; furthermore it’s also known to reduce oxidative stress that may reduce fertility potential or alter motility of sperm.

One 90-day study published in Advances in Sexual Medicine included participants taking a combination of folic acid, vitamin B6 and D-aspartic acid to increase sperm count and motility; this combination has shown great promise; however, more research needs to be conducted. Maca root is another popular supplement used to Habbe Mumsik Mushki Khas native to Peru it has been reported to increase both sperm motility and libido in some men.