FAQs on Infertility
What is infertility?
“Infertility is a disease of the male or female reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.”
The causes of infertility can be due to:
A – Issues related to the woman partner – 1/3 chance
B – Issues related to the male partner – 1/3 chance
C – No cause – 1/3 chance
One of the ways to diagnose Issues related to male partner can be through
- Semen analysis (where following parameters are usually checked)
- Count / ml – greater the count better the probability of conceiving
- Motility – greater number of motile sperms better chance of conceiving
- Morphology – greater number of normal sperms better chances of conceiving
- Vitality (alive sperms) – greater number sperms alive better chances of conceiving
Why is male infertility on the rise?
- Late age for family planning
- With lifestyle changes, co-morbidities like diabetes and hypertension, medications thereof are on the rise even in young adults there by leading to not only lowering of testosterone the male hormone for vigor and performance but also adversely affecting semen quality
- Lower physical exercise leading to overweight
What is C23C?
- Brand name meaning – “See 23 Chromosomes”
- Fertilization occurs when 23 female chromosomes unite with 23 male chromosomes
Is it Ayurvedic?
- Yes. C23C is an ayurvedic formulation, drawing on the wisdom from ancient text bhavprakasha
Are there any trials on done with C23C?
- Yes C23C is being currently assessed / evaluated at multiple centers for
- Improvement of Semen Quality Patients with oligospermia i.e. patients either with sperm count < 15 million / ml but greater than 1 m, reduced motility, morphology, vitality or a combination of the four, are given C23C for 3 months They are given medication for 3 months,
- Initials results show
- Improvement in quantity of sperms / ml
- Improvement in motility
- Improvement in morphology
For the use of registered medical practitioner only.
Disclaimer: This is not intended to promote self-medication. Always consult your doctor before taking any medication and / or if signs and symptoms persist.