Oligospermia is one of the major causes of infertility in men. Do not be devastated any more by this condition, you can increase your sperm count naturally. This treatment will revive your hope of conceiving a child. Our natural treatment is safe and highly effective. Our remedy is the solution for you to regain your fertility. It is a herb-based treatment that will stimulate spermatogenesis and will allow to have more spermatozoa in the ejaculation. We have delivery agents in most African countries including Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, etc... We also deliver worldwide thanks to DHL. You contact us on +229 62 79 67 67.

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oligozoospermia herbal solution plants to treat infertility linked to oligospermia


Our treatment is a natural solution that has proven effective in many cases. This herbal cure for oligospermia provided has been made available for your use and is prepared according to individual cases (for example if your oligospermia is due to varicocele). The duration of your treatment will depend on your case, starting from 3 months to 6 months. 


You've been in a relationship with your partner for a while, and that's it, it's time to start a family. But after 1 year of regular unprotected sex with your partner, she is still not pregnant. You may be suffering from male infertility. First, it is important to define but also to understand why there is infertility.

The search for the causes of infertility must be done in parallel in both partners. It is only at the end of these investigations that the infertility of one or the other can be established and that we can begin the natural treatment to cure male infertility. In the case of male infertility, the reference examination is the spermogram. It allows to know the cause of male infertility. We require it at the beginning and at the end of the natural treatment in order to know the cause of your infertility and to note the evolution of your sperm number at the end of the treatment.

The natural treatment that we offer to regain your fertility consists of herbal tea. The composition of the herbal tea will depend on the cause of your infertility (oligospermia, azoospermia, asthenospermia, teratospermia). Our natural remedy is the secret to curing all forms of male infertility. It is made with herbal remedies that have been shown to have effects in studies and hundreds of years of used to treat male infertility problems.

The natural remedy contains plants whose active ingredients are able to restore the male hormonal balance by increasing the level of testosterone, the number and the mobility of your sperm. It is also very useful with patients whose varicocele has caused oligospermia or azoospermia. If you are suffering from varicocele, here is our natural remedy that has proven its effectiveness with dozens of resolved cases. This natural remedy is the secret to curing male infertility.


It is the miracle solution to cure oligospermia, azoospermia, asthenospermia, and teratospermia. Being natural products based on plants and herbs, our herbal teas have no side effects, either on the body or on health. Our natural treatment is not dangerous. It is the miracle solution to restore your fertility without fear of the appearance of side effects.



  • Take a teaspoon of the powdered tea.
  • Mix in a glass of warm water.
  • Mix five drops of olive oil + a little honey + a half lemon + egg white and take a glass before each meal for 3 months.


This treatment is to last for a period of three months.



11 Warning Signs and Symptoms of Low Sperm Count, Oligospermia

Oligozoospermia (also oligospermia) is a condition characterized by a reduced concentration of sperm in the ejaculation compared to that considered normal; it is, therefore, one of the various anomalies that can affect sperm. In the past, oligozoospermia was used if the sperm concentration was less than 20 million per ml of sperm; from 2010, according to the criteria established by WHO, there is oligozoospermia in case this concentration does not exceed 15 million per ml.

WHO has also defined three degrees of severity for oligozoospermia:

-mild (sperm concentration between 10 and 15 million per ml)
-medium (or moderate, sperm concentration between 5 and 10 million per ml)
-severe (or severe, sperm concentration between 0 and 5 million per ml).

Exact data on the spread of the problem is not available.
As you can easily imagine, a man with oligospermia can easily face fertility problems.

Causes of oligozoospermia


The causes of the anomaly are not always definable with certainty; in this case, we are talking about idiopathic oligozoospermia (about 30% of cases); in other circumstances, it is possible to identify an underlying problem (secondary oligozoospermia); possible causes include:

  • -varicocele (an alteration affecting the testicular veins)
  • -epididymis, prostate, seminal vesicle, urethral infections
  • -testicular cancer
  • -hydrocele
  • -cryptorchidism
  • -severe trauma to the testicles
  • -obstruction of the vas deferens
  • -obstruction of the ejaculatory ducts
  • -genetic diseases or defects (for example, Klinefelter syndrome or Noonan syndrome)
  • -obesity
  • -benign prostatic hyperplasia
  • -chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy treatments
  • -prolactinoma (a form of cancer affecting the anterior pituitary gland)
  • -inappropriate lifestyle (abuse of alcohol, drugs, unrestricted nutrition, cigarette smoke, etc.).
  • -The habit of recurring saunas can also determine oligozoospermia (in this case, the reason must be found in the prolonged increase in testicular temperature).

Other sperm abnormalities associated with oligozoospermia


In various cases, oligozoospermia is associated with other abnormal sperm conditions, primarily asthenozoospermia (a term that identifies a reduction in the number of mobile sperm in the sperm) and teratozoospermia (a condition characterized by the presence in the sperm with a percentage greater than 96% of abnormal sperm).


Oligozoospermia - oligospermia The presence of oligospermia can be revealed by carrying out a spermiogram, a laboratory examination considered to be fundamental in the evaluation of the state of male fertility. It is usually asked when examining the reasons for male infertility as it allows both quantitative and qualitative aspects of sperm to be assessed.

Once the diagnosis of oligozoospermia is certain, it is necessary to study the causes which led to its appearance; the attending physician (or andrologist), also based on the physical examination and the collection of anamnestic data, will prescribe the laboratory and instrumental examinations which he deems most appropriate, including sperm culture, blood tests, and testicular ultrasound.

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