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Ayurvedic treatment for zero sperm count (Ayurveda Specialist)

Dr. Pratibha Jain., BAMS

 

Medical Case Details:

Please suggest some medicines for zero sperm count patient. The patient is 29 years old.

Is it Sadhya or not?

 


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    Dr. Vaishali Mukesh Gori
    Ayurveda Specialist

    Shatavari granules twice with milk for three months will be helpful, however the root cause for the disease will be helpful for treatment

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    13.Jun, 07:04pm

    Dr. Sanjay Erande
    Ayurveda Specialist

    Actually there are too many reasons for Azoospermia like Obstruction, Hormonal, Genetic, Infection, Injury...etc. Treatment depends upon the cause. Ayurvedic medicines gives nice results In specific reason. For that Proper examination with history is necessary for proper treatment. Ayurvedic medicines like Ashwagandha, Safed Musali, Shatavari, Kavachbij, Shilajit gives nice results. Combination of medicines like Tablet Bijpushti Ras Dhootpapeshwar pharma 1 twice a day with milk, Gokshuradi modak ( SDM Pharma) 2 tsf twice a day, Tablet Makardhwaj & many more

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    13.Jun, 08:15pm

    Dr. Pratibha Jain
    Ayurveda Specialist

    Thank u sir for your valuable response.

    13.Jun, 08:17pm

    Dr. Ishwar Chandra Rai
    Ayurveda Specialist

    Azoospermia can be treated by ayurvedic medicines. But treatment completely depends on causes of Azoospermia. It's several causes like obstruction and surgical injury of reproductive system. Medications history of antibiotics and carticosteroids. Drugs abuse, smoking and alcohol drinking habits also affects the sperm production. Before starting medicine you should think about Shoshana. Ashwagandha, Shatavari, Shalamapanja, Kapikacchu, Sweta Mushali, Shilajeet etc are the possible medicine who are useful in Azoospermia.

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    13.Jun, 10:24pm



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