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Special Tips; Getting Pregnant with Low Sperm Motility

When couples have problems conceiving, it is normal to look into fertility testing. The man will undergo a semen analysis as part of that testing. semen analysis is a comprehensive test that helps doctors to determine whether or not the man can contribute to conception. It measures sperm count, motility (movement), and morphology (shape).

It is very important to note that sperm motility plays an important role in determining a man’s fertility the same way sperm count does.

What do you understand by Sperm motility?

The term sperm motility refers to the movement of sperm cells. It is through this analysis, doctors are able to determine whether or not the sperm are swimming properly and in a straight line. the sperm is grade from fastest, the straightest swimmers down to those that did not move at all. If less than 25 to 30 percent of sperm move forward progressively, then the motility is considered low.

What are the causes of low motility?

There are a number of possible causes for low motility sperm such as:

  • A genetic cause
  • An undiagnosed medical condition or health condition such as varicocele (when veins in the scrotum become enlarged).
  • undescended testicles
  • Smoking and drinking
  • Work-induced infertility — particularly jobs that involve repeated trauma to the pelvic area.
  • Excessive heat (caused by wearing too tight or restricting cloth, sitting in the hot tub for long, place PC on your lap, etc)
  • Disorder in the male accessory sex gland secretion, leading to glands emptying more slowly.

Tips to get naturally pregnant with low sperm motility 

You and your partner will need to keep trying by having Regular unprotected sex while he engage in certain life style changes to  improve his sperm quality. Your partner can have an impact on the sperm by practicing the tips below:

1)   Quit smoking — this is the best you can do to improve fertility

2)   Reduce alcohol intake or avoid it totally

3)   Exercise regularly and maintain a healthy weight.

4)   limit mobile phone exposure

5)   Eat a well balanced/ healthy meal: Try this sperm super food below

  • Eggs
  • Spinach
  • Bananas
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Asparagus
  • Broccoli
  • Pomegranates
  • Walnuts
  • Garlic
  • Zinc Rich Foods (Oysters)
  • Carrots
  • Pumpkin Seeds

6)   Maintaining an optimal temperature for sperm production (94 degrees) with loose-fitting underwear breaks from hot environments, and standing up frequently

7)   Improve sperm motility and function with a natural remedy that provides balanced metabolic support to help achieve good quality sperm. Click here for a 100% natural remedy for male factor infertility.







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Coach Amuda

Naturopathic Doctor & Founder, Green Remedies Int’l

Coach Amuda is a Holistic Practitioner and the C.E.O of Green Remedies International, a wellness company that specializes in tackling different health challenges through Natural, Organic, and Holistic Medicines.

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