One of the most annoying infertility problems is male infertility that occurs because of low or decreased sperm count. Almost half of the infertility troubles are faced by couples are due to male infertility. The most widespread form of male infertility is a low or decreased sperm count.
The following points need to considered while studying Male Infertility :
- Volume of semen.
- Sperm count – oligospermia, azoospermia, necrospermia.
- Motility of sperm.
- Structural defects of sperms – Due to vitiated vata dosha.
- Any obstruction in genital tract.
- Erectile dysfunction.