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Approximately 15% of couples attempting their first pregnancy meet with failure. After one year of trying medical authorities define these couples as infertile. In approximately 30% of these cases the cause is found to be in with the male and another 20% where it is a combination of both the male and female.
Reproduction from the male point of view depends on:
Those are just the physiological conditions required. Physiological impotence may be caused by toxic chemicals, hormone deficiencies, "street" drugs, medications, and nerve damage.
- The well being of the testicles that produce the testosterone.
- The brain and the pituitary gland that produce signals that tell the testicles to make testosterone and sperm .
- And the health of the ducts that carry the sperm to the penis.
Often it's difficult to separate the two, since men with impaired sexual performance may also have some psychological problems regardless of the source of their difficulty. Counselling may be needed to ease those combined difficulties.
Presently there are studies looking at the effect on sperm count and motility of traffic fumes, mobile phones and laptop computers that are actually used on laps.
Dr Michele De Rosa and colleagues at the University of Naples said "Our study demonstrates that continuous exposure to traffic pollutants impairs sperm quality in young and middle-aged men". On average, the participants were exposed to traffic fumes for six hours a day.
New Scientist claims that men who park a hot computer on their laps for hours every day may be reducing their chances of becoming fathers. This is due to the fact that the heat generated by the processor elevates scrotal temperature by up to 2.8�C .
The fertility mix includes the herbs Sarsaparilla, Phytolacca, Rosehips, Liquorice and Scullcap along with the Bach Flowers Olive, Wild Oat, Scleranthus and Larch. These herbal extracts and Bachs together rebalance hormone levels, improve circulation, support the adrenals and boost confidence.
This information is not intended to replace medical diagnosis or treatment.
Herbal descriptions are examples of combinations of herbs and should not be interpreted to mean that this combination is for this condition.
Further information on Herbs and Healing: Does a Herbalist need a Medical Diagnosis?
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