Fertilmas

Causes of Infertility in Men and Women

There are a number of possible reasons for involuntary childlessness, which makes it all-the-more important to control what you can and take a scientific and methodical approach to help with successful conception. 

Take the Supplemena Fertility Assessment

We encourage all of our customers to take our no-obligation/ free-of-charge online fertility evaluation, by clicking the image below, where one of our fertility specialists will analyse your particular case, and make recommendations, specific to your situation. 

It is equally important to be familiar with many of the common causes of infertility, a number of which we analyse below.

Sub-Optimal Sperm Health

Fertilmas is comprised of targetted combination of vitamins, minerals and amin acids to help with the most common forms of poor sperm health.   With its highly concentrated, balanced combination of particular nutrients Fertilmas can contribute to improving male sperm quality in cases of:

Most Common Causes of Infertility

 

Teratospermia/ Teratozoospermia might perhaps be the more complicated form of poor sperm health, and within Teratospermia itself, there are a number of defects, on the sperm's head, neck and mid-range, that might be present.

Sub Optimal Morphology - Teratospermia

It is vitally important that any couples suffering from involuntary childlessness, seek sperm clinical analysis 9spermogram) to confirm, that either of the three conditions above are not present and the cause for unsuccessful conception.

Lifestyle  & Behavioural Factors

Environmental Factors

Physiological Causes

Fertility disorders in both men & women may also be partly attributed to our own physiology.  Below we explore some of the medical conditions which may also make successful conception more difficult to achieve.

Organic causes of fertility disorders in men:

Organic causes of fertility disorders in women:

We encourage all of our customers to take our no-obligation/ free-of-charge online fertility evaluation, where one of our fertility specialists will analyse your particular case, and make recommendations, specific to your situation. 

Research

Between 30 percent to 80 percent of male subfertility cases are considered to be due to the damaging effects of oxidative stress on sperm. Oral supplementation with antioxidants may improve sperm quality by reducing oxidative stress. (The Cochrane Collaboration, 2012 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.)