We can specifically address these issues leading to male factor infertility:
Sperm Quality & Sperm Count
The concentration of sperm cells in semen, as well as the size and shape of the sperm (sperm morphology) affect fertility. Fortunately, you can do a lot to ensure optimal sperm quality and sperm count before you conceive.
The integrity of genetic material in the sperm affects both fertility and development of the embryo. Sperm DNA Fragmentation refers to abnormal genetic material within the sperm. This can be tested for and treated using natural therapies.
Stress, toxins, and other environmental factors affect men and male fertility as much as they affect women and female fertility. As holistic practitioners, we take the whole person into account when treating infertility, and may include lifestyle, diet, supplements, and stress management into our treatment plan as required.