Male infertility may occur due to different causes, therefore, different therapeutic approaches have been applied in order to improve the ability of men to get children.Two hundred and fifty infertile men were treated with Royal Jelly, from them twenty-two infertile men with 100&50 and 25 mg/day of Royal Jelly.After three months of treatment, the active sperm motility, testosterone level, LH level, sluggishly motile sperm and intercourse/week were increased significantly in infertile men treated with Royal Jelly, while sperm count and FSH level were insignificant.
Dr. Shukla wrote this book which will be helpful to the readers for treatment of male infertility in individuals who are not able to conceive there partner and also reduces the male sperm count, sperm motility due to ejaculation problem and some other circumstances, the author said there is no such remedy till now which is really helpful in treatment of such infertile males except some of the herbal remedies namely M.pruriens and W. somnifera.
Infertility can be defined as the failure to achieve a pregnancy within one year of regular unprotected intercourse. A specific male or female factor can be identified in approximately 80% of couples. Advances in the understanding of the causes of infertility have facilitated the development of increasingly complex diagnostic tools. The accurate detection of underlying reproductive abnormalities helps to guide management decisions and maximize treatment outcomes. A basic evaluation for infertility may be grouped into three main categories: semen analysis, assessment of ovulation, uterine and tubal evaluation. Uterine and tubal structures may be visualized using a variety of techniques, including hysterosalpingography, transvaginal sonography, sonohysterography, laparoscopy or hysteroscopy. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the current investigations and diagnostic interventions for the evaluation of infertility along with their indications and use; and also identifies areas for future research.
This textbook provides a detailed view of using Royal Jelly to increase the efficiency of In Vitro Maturation, Sperm Capacitaion, In Vitro Fertilization and In Vitro Embryo Production which may be used directly to increase the efficiency of production and reproduction of domestic animals. Finally, There is increasing interest in the use of Royal Jelly for In Vitro Matuartion, In Vitro Sperm Capaciationand In Vitro Fertilization
Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after one year of regular intercourse without the use of contraception. In the African setting infertility is seen as a violation of socially accepted norms. Parenthood is also considered culturally mandatory making the event of childlessness unacceptable. It not only contributes to psychological distress and challenges marital interactions, it also plays a key role in the loss of social security, status and gender identity. Unexplained infertility is diagnosed when the routine investigation of semen analysis, tubal patency and assessment of ovulation show no abnormality and the couple have engaged in regular sexual intercourse. It is therefore a diagnosis of exclusion. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of homoeopathic similimum treatment in females pre-diagnosed with unexplained infertility using case studies. Cases were evaluated holistically using fertility and related fertility parameters. General and concomittant symptoms were included in each individual's holistic case. The male partner was also required to be free of structural and functional pathology.
Endosulfan is a pesticide of organochlorine group, It is used to control pests on fruits, vegetables, and tea and on non food crops such as tobacco & cotton. Government of Kerala (India) banned this pesticide due to its hazardous effect on reproductive health in cashew nut workers of Kassargod district. So, an intensive study was required for it.In the present investigation, the dose of 3 mg/Kg b.w of Endosulfan was continuously administered to male mice for 35 days. The mice were sacrificed on 35th day to observe the sperm morphology and level of Testosterone and Luteinizing hormone (LH) in the serum.After treatment, major changes were observed with loss of sperm tail, degenerated acrosome, coiled tail and declination in the level of Testosterone and inclination in the level of LH were observed which signify the testicular dysfunctions and finally causes infertility in male mice.
This book discusses and compares the effect of culture on the different definitions and management of infertility and its treatment by different actors in both a modernising and late modern society with Nigeria and Britain as case studies. It begins with an introduction of the issue by examining the different definitions of the condition and the infertility situation in both societies with their causes. The two health systems and available treatments are examined along with the determinants of help seeking by affected couples. Studying and comparing the different experiences of infertile couples in both countries and how culture determines or interferes with choice of treatment achieved this. Also the social consequences of being infertile in societies that are so interested in procreation are examined. The study reveals that culture to some extent affects the perception of infertility and it’s chosen remedies. From the answers to the questions drawn from the study, it is clear that infertility is a common issue in both societies and can be a traumatic experience for the couple involved, and treatment-seeking behaviour determinants vary (not totally gendered, as it may seem).
Over their lifetimes, approximately one in every five couples in the United States seeks infertility care. Surprisingly, only half of ?couples who are trying to become pregnant achieve pregnancy easily and about one in ten American couples of reproductive ?age are involuntary infertile; male infertility accounts for half of these cases. Despite the relative importance of infertility due to ?the male, infertility evaluations have traditionally focused on women, because women tend to seek gynecological care and ?because men often are reluctant to seek advice.
For several years, many physicians and reproductive researcher did focus in their search for fertility problem on female partner, and only few of them are aware of the scientific implication of accurate assessment of male partner in any infertility case. The understanding of male infertility requires adequate knowledge of the male reproductive system functions which represents the key for appropriate diagnostic method. The major goal of this book is to provide substantial scientific data on the risk factors to male infertility. It results demonstrated the possible role of man aging, presence of urogenital tract infection, and smoking habit in the etiology of male infertility. In addition, it clarified the limited value of traditional semen analysis in comparison to the new molecular techniques and suggests the need to expand research on male infertility.
This study attempts to examine the determinants of choice of treatment outlets for infertility among infertile patients in Osun State, Nigeria. The study shows that there is high rate of misconceptions about the causes of infertility, which invariably affects the fertility-seeking behaviour of the respondents. However, there are varieties of treatment providers for infertility in the study area which are sought by patients either simultaneously or subsequently. The study therefore shows that there is dire need to train and educate the different treatment providers for appropriate couple counseling and to follow a standard infertility management protocols. A community-based education should be given to change the community’s perception of infertility. This may help in changing the fertility-seeking attitude of infertile patients.
Male infertility is a multifactorial syndrome encompassing a wide variety of ?disorders. In more than half of infertile men, the cause of their infertility is ?mysterious (idiopathic) and could be congenital or acquired.? The causes are known in less than half of these cases, out of which genetic or ?inherited disease and specific abnormalities in the Y chromosome are major ?factors. About 10–20 percent of males presenting without sperm in the ?ejaculate carry a deletion of the Y chromosome Male genetic factor of infertility accounts for about half the cases of couple ?infertility and in around 50% of cases its etiology remains unknown. Molecular ?genetic techniques have unveiled a number of etiopathogenetic factors, ?including microdeletions of the Yq. Y chromosome microdeletions removing ?the AZoospermia Factor (AZF) regions are the most frequent molecular genetic ?causes of oligo/azoospermia).?
Nowdays, a common belief is that one should be perfect in all levels. As a result, failure of reproduction it is automatically considered to be of pathological origin when other conditions, such as psychological stress have not been excluded. Couples live in fear and anxiety about infertility as well as the infertility diagnosis, treatment process, and treatment outcome.This book focuses on the role of stress and how it affects the couple's childbearing potential. It is dedicated to the increase body of new evidence of stress management-interventions for infertility. These methods include counseling, relaxation techniques, the curriculum mind & body, regular exercise and , acupuncture, yoga, aromatherapy, reflexology, hypnosis, meditation and ayurveda. This is a new holistic approach leading to effective treatment of infertility without risk of side effects of medication, in order to promote healthy reproduction and well being.
Reproductive toxicity is a hazard associated with toxic chemical substances that will interfere in some way with normal reproduction.The use of many plants and herbs for preventive or abortive purposes of fertility control has been prevalent in India for many centuries.Natural plant substances possessing mild inherent androgenic and anti androgenic properties offer themselves as effective non-conventional sources of contraception with less deleterious side-effects.In the present study, the efficacy of antioxidants and antiinfertility potential of the aqueous extract of I. batatas were studied in male Sprague dawley rats.From the results, it is concluded that aqueous extract of I. batatas exhibits a remarkable antioxidant activity both in vitro,in vivo &Histopathological studies.By the virtue of its efficacy and non-toxicity it can be considered as a potential compound for further pharmaceutical development/clinical trail for male infertility.
Presence of antisperm antibodies (ASA) can reduce fecundity in both males and females. Though the etiology of ASA and their effects on gametes have been studied extensively; its clinical implications on infertility are disputed so far. Detection of possible causes of infertility will enable to streamline the treatment. This book provides research information on ASA in infertile couples in Sri Lanka. It investigates the incidence of ASA in semen and serum of male partner and in serum, cervical mucus and follicular fluid of female partner, possible risk factors for the formation of ASA, effects of different isotypes of ASA / location of ASA on fertilization processes as well as pregnancy rates. Further it has compared the pregnancy outcome after fertility treatments, in couples with and without ASA. The book is also a source of useful statistical details for management of infertile couples and has a comprehensive literature review on ASA. Therefore, this work is especially valuable for professionals work in the field of infertility and researchers working on immune-infertility.
The principle of the present research work is to carryout pre-clinical and open clinical study on Male infertility. Infertility is a couple’s inability to conceive a child after 12 months of unprotected sex. And it bears Social Stigma. It is widely assumed that infertility has more to do with women rather than men, however it is not so. Estimates suggest that 30% of infertility is caused by male factors, another 30% is caused by female factors and the remaining 40% is caused by a combination of female and male factors. The specific approach used to treat Male infertility depends upon number of factors like age, symptoms, Underlying factors and Semen analysis. The Herbal Siddha drug ‘Isabgol Chooranam’ has distinctive effect on Male Infertility, it increases the semen volume, viscosity and serum testosterone level in drug treated rat models and reduction of symptoms in Infertile Male Patients. These records confirm that the Siddha drug ‘Isabgol Chooranam’ can be used as a potential therapy for Infertile Man.
This Handbook Has Been Written With View To Assist The Veterinarians, Students And Animal Health Professionals In Diagnosis, Treatment And Preventions Of Veterinary Obstetrics And Infertility In Farm Animals. The Section First Contains Practical Approch Towords Various Obstetrical Conditions Encountered By Veterinarians While Workining In Animals Health Industries Along With Solution On It.While Section Second Contains various Infertility conditions Encountered On Field Level of Cow/Buffaloes. It Also Include The Diagnostic As Well As Treatment Approch Towords This conditions. This Book ProvidesTechnical Information on Veterinary Obstetrics And Infertility In Farm Animals For Disease Diagnosis, Treatment And Prevention. The Book Is Written In Simple language And Comprises Plenty Of Illustrations Which Will Be Certainly Help In Better Understandining Of Subject.
Additives and antibiotics made a lot of problems of the human health, for example the cancer and decrease human immunity system. For that reason the European Union and other counties don't allow to use antibiotic and many types of chemical additives for feeding animals. To solve this problems we use the bee pollen as supplement dietary additives as well an alternative antibiotic into broiler?s feed mixture, to increase the broiler growth performance and to an improve the broiler meat quietly without health problem
Unexplained infertility is failure of conception after three years of unprotected intercourse, while no definite cause of infertility can be diagnosed after a complete work up. Empirical therapy for unexplained infertility using assisted reproductive technology has recently gained popularity. In this study, we compared the value of Fallopian tube sperm perfusion, standard intrauterine insemination and timed intercourse after controlled ovarian hyperstimulation in the treatment of unexplained infertility. In conclusion, Fallopian tube sperm perfusion is an easy and well tolerated method, and could be recommended for management of unexplained infertility.
The Hidden Plight of Infertility in Rural India is the culmination of research grounded in over two hundred in-depth interviews with couples who were experiencing infertility. In a society where a women's identity is often still intrinsically linked to motherhood, the goal of these interviews was to uncover couple's views regarding the multidimensional topic of infertility. Specifically, discussions focused on both the male and female views on parenthood, perceived stigmas against women regarding their "inability to conceive", and the lengths that couples would go to in order to conceive through the use of both reproductive technologies as well as non-biomedical approaches. Ultimately, through the bravery of these couples and their willingness to share their stories, a unique view into the complexity of infertility in rural India emerged and motivated the development of future interventions to better support and empower this often marginalized population.