23 causes of low sperm counts and its proven natural treatment in Nigeria

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23 causes of low sperm counts and its proven natural treatment

Here you can correct low sperm count and boost your sperm count naturally in a matter of weeks  (tested and confirmed natural treatment).


Proven low sperm count natural remedy.

Below is a sample of a treated case:

From 0 sperm count to 1  million sperm count in just 4 weeks

He was diagnosed of zero sperm count (Azoospermia). He took our treatment for 4 weeks and did another test. The sperm count moved from 0 sperm count to 1 million sperm count in just 4 weeks of treatment. Below are his test report before treatment and after 4 weeks of treatment.

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Firstly, Having a low sperm count can make it more difficult to conceive naturally, problems with sperm, including a low sperm count and problems with sperm quality, are quite common. They’re a factor in around one in three couples who are struggling to get pregnant. Infertility is a widespread problem. For about one in five infertile couples the problem lies solely in the male partner.

It is estimated that one in 20 men has some kind of fertility problem with low numbers of sperm in his ejaculate. However, only about one in every 100 men has no sperm in his ejaculate.

In most cases, there are no obvious signs of infertility. Intercourse, erections and ejaculation will usually happen without difficulty. The quantity and appearance of the ejaculated semen generally appears normal to the naked eye.

Medical tests are needed to find out if a man is infertile.


23 causes of male infertility.

Male infertility is usually caused by problems that affect either sperm production or sperm transport. Through medical testing, the doctor may be able to find the cause of the problem.

Futhermore, About two-thirds of infertile men have a problem with making sperm in the testes. Either low numbers of sperm are made and/or the sperm that are made do not work properly.

Sperm transport problems are found in about one in every five infertile men, including men who have had a vasectomy but now wish to have more children. Blockages (often referred to as obstructions) in the tubes leading sperm away from the testes to the penis can cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen.

Other less common causes of infertility include: sexual problems that affect whether semen is able to enter the woman’s vagina for fertilization to take place (one in 100 infertile couples); low levels of hormones made in the pituitary gland that act on the testes (one in 100 infertile men); and sperm antibodies (found in one in 16 infertile men). In most men sperm antibodies will not affect the chance of a pregnancy but in some men sperm antibodies reduce fertility.

Low sperm count can be caused by a number of health issues. Some of these include:


  1. Varicocele:  

    A varicocele (VAR-ih-koe-seel) is a swelling of the veins that drain the testicle. It’s the most common reversible cause of male infertility. Although the exact reason that varicoceles cause infertility is unknown, it might be related tobnormal testicular temperature regulation. Varicoceles result in reduced quality of the sperm.

  2. Infection:


    Another cause is Infection. Some infections can interfere with sperm production or sperm health or can cause scarring that blocks the passage of sperm. These include inflammation of the epididymis (epididymitis) or testicles (orchitis) and some sexually transmitted infections, including gonorrhea or HIV. Although some infections can result in permanent testicular damage, most often sperm can still be retrieved.

  3. Ejaculation problems:

    Retrograde ejaculation occurs when semen enters the bladder during orgasm instead of emerging out of the tip of the penis. Various health conditions can cause retrograde or lack of ejaculation, including diabetes, spinal injuries, and surgery of the bladder, prostate or urethra.

    Certain medications also might result in ejaculatory problems, such as blood pressure medications known as alpha blockes. Some ejaculatory problems can be reversed, while others are permanent. In most cases of permanent ejaculation problems, sperm can still be retrieved directly from the testicles.

  4. Antibodies that attack sperm:

Anti-sperm antibodies are immune system cells that mistakenly identify sperm as harmful invaders and attempt to destroy them.


5.                      Tumors:

Cancers and nonmalignant tumors can affect the male reproductive org.ans directly, through the glands that release hormones related to reproduction, such as the pituitary gland, or through unknown causes. Surgery, radiation or chemotherapy to treat tumors can also affect male fertility.


6.        Un-descended testicles:

During fetal development one or both testicles sometimes fail to descend from the abdomen into the sac that normally contains the testicles (scrotum). Decreased fertility is more likely in men with this condition.


7.             Hormone imbalances:

The hypothalamus, pituitary and testicles produce hormones that are necessary to create sperm. Alterations in these hormones, as well as from other systems such as the thyroid and adrenal gland, may impair sperm production.


8.    Defects of tubules that transport sperm:

Many different tubes carry sperm. They can be blocked due to various causes, including inadvertent injury from surgery, prior infections, trauma or abnormal development, such as with cystic fibrosis or similar inherited conditions.

Blockage can occur at any level, including within the testicle, in the tubes that drain the testicle, in the epididymis, in the vas deferens, near the ejaculatory ducts or in the urethra.


9.        Chromosome defects: 

Inherited disorders such as Klinefelter’s syndrome — in which a male is born with two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome instead of one X and one Y — cause abnormal development of the male reproductive organs. Other genetic syndromes associated with infertility include cystic fibrosis, Kallmann’s syndrome and Kartagener’s syndrome.


10.              Celiac disease:

A digestive disorder caused by sensitivity to gluten, celiac disease can cause male infertility.


11.         Certain medications:

Testosterone replacement therapy, long-term anabolic steroid use, cancer medications (chemotherapy), certain anti-fungal and antibiotic medications, some ulcer medications and other medications can impair sperm production and decrease male fertility.


12.      Prior surgeries:

Certain surgeries might prevent you from having sperm in your ejaculate, including vasectomy, inguinal hernia repairs, scrotal or testicular surgeries, prostate surgeries, and large abdominal surgeries performed for testicular and rectal cancers, among others. In most cases, surgery can be performed to either reverse these blockages or to retrieve sperm directly from the epididymis and testicles.


Sperm production or function can be affected by overexposure to certain environmental elements, including:


Environmental Causes

13.        Industrial chemicals:

Extended exposure to benzenes, toluene, xylene, herbicides, pesticides, organic solvents, painting materials and lead might contribute to low sperm counts.


14.  Heavy metal exposure:

Exposure to lead or other heavy metals also can cause infertility.


15.       Radiation or X-rays:

Exposure to radiation can reduce sperm production. It can take several years for sperm production to return to normal. With high doses of radiation, sperm production can be permanently reduced.


16.      Overheating the testicles:

Elevated temperatures impair sperm production and function. Although studies are limited and are inconclusive, frequent use of saunas or hot tubs might temporarily impair sperm count.

Sitting for long periods, wearing tight clothing or working on a laptop computer for long stretches of time also might increase the temperature in your scrotum and slightly reduce sperm production.


Other causes of low sperm count include:


17.       Drug use: 

Anabolic steroids taken to stimulate muscle strength and growth can cause the testicles to shrink and sperm production to decrease. Use of cocaine or marijuana might reduce the number and quality of your sperm as well.


18.       Alcohol use:

Drinking alcohol can lower testosterone levels and cause decreased sperm production.


19.       Occupation:

Certain occupations might be linked with a risk of infertility, including welding or those associated with prolonged sitting, such as truck driving. However, the data to support these associations is inconsistent.


20.      Tobacco smoking: 

Men who smoke might have a lower sperm count than do those who don’t smoke.


21.      Emotional stress: 

Severe or prolonged emotional stress, including stress about fertility, might interfere with hormones needed to produce sperm.


22.       Weight:

Obesity can impair fertility in several ways, including directly impacting sperm and by causing hormone changes that reduce male fertility.


23.     Sperm testing issues:

Conclusively, Lower than normal sperm counts can result from testing a sperm sample that was taken too soon after your last ejaculation or was taken too soon after an illness or stressful event, However it might not contain all of the semen you ejaculated because some were spilled during collection. For this reason, results are generally based on several samples taken over a period of time.






i- Low Sperm Count (Oligospermia) Category A………..N70,000

ii- Low Sperm Count (Oligospermia) Category  B……..N100,000

The category you will go for shall be determined by the number of the sperm counts presents.

Treatment duration is 2 months.


Block A, Suite 26, Primal Tek Plaza, 63/65, Egbeda-Idimu  Road, Mokola Bus Stop, Opposite Gowon Estate, Egbeda, Lagos, Nigeria.

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Saturday 10am-2pm


1- You pay to the company’s account and we will send it to you between 24-48 hours if you leave in Nigeria. It takes 4-5 working days for international delivery (people outside Nigeria, we use DHL).

2- If you have anyone in Lagos or you are in Lagos, you can come to our office or send money to the person you have in Lagos let the person come to the office to pay and pick the kit up for you instantly.

Delivery is free nationwide

Free of charge delivery nationwide (If you want us to send the kit to you any where you are in Nigeria, you will get it between 24-48hours ,at most 72 hours). We use transport companies such as: ABC transport, GUBA express, Young Shall Grow, Agofure Motors, Okeyson Motors etc  from Lagos to various states in Nigeria.

N.B: International delivery will only enjoys 50% discount of the delivery cost (50:50).

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