Infertility in men
The testicles are responsible for producing and storing sperm. If they are damaged, it can seriously affect the quality of your semen. This may occur if you have, or have had in the past, any of the following:
an infection of your testicles
a congenital defect (a problem with your testicles that you were born with)
undescended testicles (when one or both of your testicles has not descended into the scrotum)
trauma (injury) to your testicles
Male infertility is caused by abnormal semen (the fluid containing sperm that is ejaculated during intercourse).
Possible reasons for abnormal semen include:
Decreased number of sperm – you may have a very low sperm count, or no sperm at all.
Decreased sperm mobility – this will make it harder for your sperm to swim to the egg.
Abnormal sperm – sperm can sometimes be an abnormal shape, making it harder for them to move and fertilise an egg.
Many cases of abnormal semen are unexplained, but can be due to a variety of factors.
We have a wide range of supplements that can help with male fertility.
we recommend L-Arginine and a vitamin complex to help increase blood circulation to the reproductive organs.