According to experts in urology, in recent years, due to the obvious advantages of traditional Chinese medicine in treating and improving sperm quality, its clinical treatment methods are countless. In more than 300 clinical cases of patients with insufficient sperm count, it has been concluded that 80% of the prescriptions are mainly based on aphrodisiacs, and the clinical reports have shown good results, indicating that aphrodisiacs do have a certain effect on improving sperm count.
What effect does aphrodisiac have on sperm?
In clinical practice, it has been found that black ants, polygonum multiflorum, polygonatum, dodder seed, angelica splendens, aconite, cinnamon, cinnamon, cinnamon, cistanche deserticola, and ziheche are often used for patients with insufficient sperm volume. According to clinical symptoms and test results, good results can generally be achieved through reasonable compatibility.
In addition, there are also many patients with clinically complex causes, which should be treated differently. Of course, not all people with insufficient sperm count can use aphrodisiac drugs, such as those with yin deficiency and excessive fire, those with dampness and heat stasis, and those with deficiency of both qi and blood. These aphrodisiac drugs are not suitable for treatment.
In summary, regardless of the cause of a patient's insufficient sperm count, it is best to follow the guidance of a specialist when using medication or non medication.
In response to male infertility caused by insufficient sperm count, urology specialists recommend the use of the VLH-HS male infertility diagnosis and treatment system in combination with traditional Chinese and Western medicine to treat infertility. Based on advanced technical equipment and superb medical skills, it achieves automatic monitoring, automatic detection, and automatic analysis, diagnosing the cause of the disease and analyzing the pathology in a short time, making clinical diagnosis and symptomatic treatment more targeted and accurate, thereby fulfilling the father's dream of infertile patients.
How to improve sperm quality?
Sperm growth requires a supply of nutrients. Some men have a monotonous diet, are partial or picky eaters, and do not like to eat animal foods. Over time, zinc content in the body can decrease. The trace element zinc is known as the "husband and wife harmony element". Zinc deficiency in men can lead to decreased libido and sexual function, a decrease in sperm count of 30% to 40%, and even loss of fertility. Chicken, eggs, chicken liver, peanut grams, and pork are all foods with high zinc content. When eating these foods, be careful not to drink excessively to avoid affecting zinc absorption. In addition, high lysine content in food is a necessary ingredient for sperm formation. Eel, squid, loach, eel, sea cucumber, hairtail, cuttlefish, yam, tofu skin, and other foods all contain high levels of lysine. However, some illegal vendors use formaldehyde aqueous solution to soak seafood, such as squid, cuttlefish, and sea cucumber. When soaked in the solution, the appearance is complete and bright, and consumers mistakenly believe it is a seafood with high freshness. Therefore, eating this type of seafood must be cautious, otherwise it will backfire.
In addition, tobacco and alcohol can also affect sperm quality. Tobacco and alcohol are great enemies of sperm. Some men's bodies are quite sensitive to the toxins in cigarettes, and the nicotine in cigarettes can kill sperm. A Hungarian medical doctor claimed that smokers have fewer sperm in their semen than non smokers, and that there are more abnormal sperm. Long term heavy smoking is one of the important factors leading to infertility. Excessive drinking may lead to decreased male gonadal function, causing chromosomal abnormalities in sperm, leading to fetal malformations or stunting.