Infertility is the failure of a couple to become pregnant after one year of regular, unprotected intercourse. Infertility, also known as subfertility, may be due to a single cause in either you or your partner, or a combination of factors that may prevent a pregnancy from occurring.Approximately 10% of couples attempting their first pregnancy meet with failure. Most authorities define these patients as primarily infertile if they have been unable to achieve a pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse.

Male Fertility Treatment in India

Conception normally is achieved within twelve months in 80-85% of couples who use no contraceptive measures, and persons presenting after this time should therefore be regarded as possibly infertile and should be evaluated. Data available over the past twenty years reveal that in approximately 30% of cases pathology is found in the man alone, and in another 20% both the man and woman are abnormal. Therefore, the male factor is at least partly responsible in about 50% of infertile couples.

Medical Treatment of Male Infertility in India

In the past pharmacological treatment has been used empirically for infertile patients when surgical treatment had failed or was unavailable. Today attempts are made to specifically identify causes of male infertility such as immunological, infectious or hormonal factors in order to prescribe a specific treatment. However, in many cases no specific cause can be found and empirical treatments are still used.

In case of treatment failure, depending on the severity of male infertility, insemination, IVF or microfertilisation (ICSI) can be tried regardless of the etiology.

The General Examination to Determine a Man’s Fertility Should Look At

  • How masculine the man is by assessing body and facial hair;
  • The presence of any breast swelling.
  • Any evidence of previous surgical scars in the groin or scrotal areas.
  • Assessment of the development of the penis should follow, together with assessing whether the testes are present in the scrotum.
  • Careful examination of the testes must take place, including a measurement of their size and texture.
  • The epididymis is carefully examined to determine whether it is enlarged, whether there is evidence of lumpy growths (‘cysts’) and whether the vas deferens can be felt.
  • The blood vessels entering the test is at the top of the scrotum should be examined both with the man lying down and standing up, which is one of the best ways to determine whether or not a varicocele is present.
  • If there is any suggestion of inflammation of the prostate gland, a rectal examination of the prostate should be undertaken.


Male Fertility Treatment in India
Male Infertility Factor responsible in 30 % of infertile couple, and addition to this additional 20 %there is contributing male factor. There are several advantages when the man and the women treated simultaneously, prevents more expenses behind unnecessary investigations and saves time.

IUI (Intra-Uterine Insemination) indicated in Male Fertility Factor abnormalities prevented in so many cases, treatment also helpful in cervical problem with Female Fertility abnormalities. IUI and IVF prevention is possible in case when it is indicated because of male infertility.

Homeopathic medicine found to be most effective therapy in treatment of Low Sperm Count, Low Sperm Motility, Low Sperm Volume, Abnormal Sperm cell Morphology, Delayed Seminal Liquefaction, Semen Viscosity, Anti Sperm Antibody and combination of the any of the disorder either Endocrine or  Urology or of both.

Herbal Homeopathy treatment corrects Spermatogenesis by making harmony in hormone as well as other associate urological condition, treatment is also working in patient when ayurvedic medicine is taken for suggested time and fails to achieve result.