Factors Leading to Male Infertility


When a couple is unable to achieve pregnancy after one year of unprotected sexual intercourse, infertility comes into the picture. Normally, about 80 to 85 percent couples achieve conception within 12 months of sexual intercourse using no contraceptive measures. Factors leading to male infertility may range from erectile dysfunction, immunological disorders, urogenital dysfunction or sperm related disorders including low sperm count, abnormalities in sperm morphology or motility.

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Baby capsule helps you achieve a healthy erection, improves immunity and neurotransmission, and enhances hormone function. It also improves your overall experience by improving your response and performance during sexual intercourse. An erection requires intact psychological, neural and vascular responses and reflects a dynamic balance of excitatory and inhibitory forces. Thus, erectile dysfunction requires a balanced treatment approach.

  • Internationally, most men with ED are unable to seek treatment due to the complex perceptions and nature of sexuality, taboos, cultural restrictions and acceptance of ED as a regular aspect of ageing.
  • Worldwide an estimated 10 percent patients with ED seek medical attention.
  • Popular ED drugs including have side-effects that may range from headaches to heart attacks. Therefore, long term use is not advisable. Also most drugs only offer temporary solutions.
  • Baby capsule contains L-arginine – an important precursor to the production of Nitric Oxide (NO). NO is a key element of the NO/cGMP pathway – a mechanism that causes the penile smooth muscles to relax. Thereby leading to enhanced blood flow and engorgement in the penis.

Spermatological disorders

Baby capsule plays a specific role in improving sperm motility and sperm count. It also helps to correct morphological abnormalities in the sperm, so that it is healthy and well-formed. Many environmental, physiological and genetic factors have been implicated in the poor sperm function and infertility.

  • The common cause of male infertility is related to disorders in sperm production.
  • More than 90% of male infertility cases are due to low sperm counts, poor sperm quality, or both.
  • Sperm abnormalities are a critical factor in male infertility. These abnormalities include:
  • Low sperm count
  • Poor sperm motility (movement)
  • Abnormal sperm shape
  • Aging, which can reduce sperm counts and motility and decrease the genetic quality of sperm
  • Cigarette smoking has been documented as having deleterious effects on sperm quality.

Oxidative stress

With powerful and natural antioxidants, Baby capsule is effective in reducing oxidative stress. Oxidative stress occurs when free radicals containing reactive oxygen species or ROS cause cellular damage within your body. Much scientific evidence involving the influence of free radicals on male infertility is available.

  • Excessive generation of ROS can lead to male infertility.
  • A consequence of oxidative stress is that the bombardment of excessive free radicals overpowers the defense mechanisms in the male reproductive tract. This leads to damaged cells, tissues and organs.
  • Research shows negative association between sperm related oxidative stress and sperm concentration, motility and function. This in turn adversely affects the fusion events required for fertilization.
  • Spermatozoa (sperms in their first stage) are rich in polyunsaturated acids which makes them more vulnerable to ROS attacks. The result is decreased sperm motility and viability and more chances of morphological defects.
  • Treatment strategies to reduce seminal OS levels may enhance natural conception and the outcome of assisted reproductive technologies.


Baby capsule is made with three effective fertility enhancers which also addresses age related erectile dysfunction and decreased spermatogenesis. It has no side-effects and is safe for long term use for the ageing individuals.

  • Erectile dysfunction prevalence rises with age, and doubles between the ages of 40 and 70 years leading to moderate erectile dysfunction and triples over the same 3-decade time period for complete dysfunction.
  • Beginning at about age 50, testosterone levels begin to fall and the activity of nitric oxide also decreases substantially.
  • Other factors such as medications for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and lower values of HDL (good cholesterol) are also detrimental factors in erectile dysfunction.
  • Aging may also lead to alterations in the NO/cGMP pathway.

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