Have you been trying to conceive for what seems like ‘too long’? Getting worried? At what point should you make an appointment with your doctor? This scenario can be very upsetting for any couple! What are the signs of infertility? There are certain critical symptoms that couples should look out for:
These symptoms are clues to help the doctor make the correct diagnosis to help couples in their situation. The earlier a diagnosis is made, the more opportunity couples have to deal with the issue. As such, doctors advise not to delay seeing a qualified medical expert.
Male infertility Statistics show that men are equally as likely to have fertility problems as women. Impotency, erection or ejaculation difficulties may be symptoms of other underlying health conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes.
Thus, various studies suggest that the medicinal plants used in the formulation of Addyzoa are potent and novel therapeutic agents for the regulation of pathological conditions that may lead to male infertility. Treatment with Addyzoa resulted in a larger increase in sperm count, while a significant increase of 1.5 to 2 times in motility was also observed with Addyzoa, which is a better option for treating male infertility, as it also provides an advantage overUbiquinone (a supplement usually prescribed by doctors) in terms of cost of therapy.
Again, like the male fertility issue, solution to female fertility challenge is on hand. During clinical evaluations of M2-Tone, a herbo-mineral supplement indicated in the treatment of female fertility challenge, it was discovered that it could help women in many ways, beginning with providing solutions to all sorts of menstrual problems. Another physician, Dr. Prasan Bhandari, a Medical Advisor with Charak Pharma Ltd., says “When M2-Tone is taken in conjunction with other detoxifying processes or regular exercises, it may just require about two to three dosages to see good favourable results. Both Addyzoa and M2-Tone are well tolerated, with little or no side effects recorded during clinical trials. And, like any other drug, doctors warn that you should consult your physician before you embark on any course of treatment.