Poor Sperm Health

Oligozoospermia

Explanation:

Low sperm count in the ejaculate.

May be caused by:

  • Poor production of sperm
  • Impaired transport of sperm

Causes of poor production:

  • Stress
  • Infections
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer surgery
  • Malposition of testes
  • Genetic & environmental factors
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • Inflammation
  • Varicocele (varicose veins)
  • Genetic conditions

Causes of impaired transport:

  • Inflammation
  • Varicocele (varicose veins)
  • Genetic conditions

PROfertil® is a specifically developed proprietary formulation providing nutrients that support male fertility. With a regular intake of PROfertil® according to the recommended dosage and administration, and due to the specific characteristics of the nutritive compounds included, it is possible to provide improved nutritional support that may result in improvements in one or more of the criteria which are commonly used to describe sperm quality. These criteria are usually: motility of the sperm cells, density of sperm cells, ejaculate volume and deformation grade of sperm cells (morphology).

Support from PROfertil®

Studies show notable nutritional support with PROfertil®.

Asthenozoospermia

Explanation:

Reduced motility of the sperm in the ejaculate.

Support from PROfertil®

Results of studies with PROfertil® show nutritional support for male fertility and normal development of healthy sperm cells:

  • PROfertil® showed notable nutritional support on a progressive basis as compared to the control group

Source: Xenzo/Wikipedia
Source: Xenzo/Wikipedia

Teratozoospermia

Explanation:

Increased levels of abnormally shaped sperm (sperm morphology)

Support from PROfertil®

An open comparative study shows that PROfertil® offers nutritional support for sperm morphology.

Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (“triple defect”)

Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia is an abnormal change of sperm with three abnormal parameters:

  • Not enough sperm (“oligo”)
  • Low motility of the sperm (“astheno”)
  • Increased levels of abnormally shaped sperm (“terato”)

Caused by:

  • Malposition of testes
  • Varicocele
  • Chromosome abnormalities
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Infections
  • Medication or alcohol/drug abuse

Support from PROfertil®:

Study shows notable nutritional benefits with PROfertil®

DNA fragmentation

Explanation:

Sperm is the bearer of genetic information – it has to transport the DNA safely packed into the egg.

Support from PROfertil®:

Latest results of the 2012 clinical study showed that male infertility may also be associated with damaged genetic material (DNA fragmentation) which might be related to the lack of certain protective nutritional substances. After three months of taking PROfertil® the nutritional benefit was visable at the DNA level.

Aspermia: absence of semen

Azoospermia: absence of sperm

Necorzoospermia: all sperm in the ejaculate are dead