7 years, 8 months ago priya193Keymaster
Hi. My husband got Azoospermia. It is curable …. what are the diets for him to develop sperms…. please help me and reply as soon as… Iam so afraid…..
7 years, 7 months ago Akshara ShekarKeymaster
Azoospermia is curable depens upon cause..Some time overweight may cause this problem..
Follow an excellent diet plan with proper exercising.
Add the following to your diet:
1) Nuts (Walnuts, Almonds, Cashewnuts)
2) Protein Sources (Sprouts, Egg Whites -at least 5 with one yolk per day,Milk, Chicken-roasted, Sprouts)- remember that animal protein is of much higher quality than veg protein and if you are a veg, at least start eating eating eggs.
3) Amla or Gooseberry, Fruits – at least 2-3 fruit servings per day.
4) Vegetable Salads – Carrot, Raddish, Cabbage, Onions, Ginger pickle etc.
7 years, 7 months ago orchidsushiKeymaster
Does your husband have no sperm at all or does he have a very low sperm count? There are ayurvedic treatments aswell – safed musli or ashwagandha
New clinical trial offers hope for infertile men..
Results of a clinical trial have been published in the USA suggesting that a treatment for sub-fertile men can give results within 3 months. The clinical trial involved 300 men who had low sperm counts or motility and were in relationships suffering from long term infertility where the male factor was thought to be the cause. One group took a dummy pill and no improvement was seen in sperm quality. However the group taking high doses of two naturally occurring Carnitines showed significantly improved sperm quality and 28% pregnancy rate. This is the first clinical study to show improved pregnancy rates and therefore strongly suggests that couples might improve their chances of achieving conception naturally. ProxeedPlus contains the same dose of carnitines used in the study above and can be purchased in our shop
The highest concentrations of carnitine are found in red meat and dairy products. Carnitine can be found at significantly lower levels in many other foods including nuts and seeds (e.g. pumpkin, sunflower, sesame), legumes or pulses (beans, peas, lentils, peanuts), vegetables (artichokes, asparagus, beet greens, broccoli, brussels sprouts, collard greens, garlic, mustard greens, okra, parsley, kale), fruits (apricots, bananas), cereals (buckwheat, corn, millet, oatmeal, rice bran, rye, whole wheat, wheat bran, wheat germ) and other foods (bee pollen, brewer’s yeast, carob).
I hope this helps also no smoking, no alcohol and wear very loose underwear, Make sure he doesnt get too hot down below too.