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Monday, January 18, 2016

DMEGY'S Recipe: Try This Food To Treat Infertility

Infertility causes huge concerns and unhappiness for many couples in Nigeria, especially Africa and some other countries who attribute great importance to having children as a reward of marriage compared to some white people who view marriage as means of companionship.


Often, in African tradition women are especially blamed for inability to conceive after many years of expectations with or without possible solutions.
Medical research evidences show that men and women usually have the same rates of infertility. From statistics, about 40 percent of infertility cases come from the male partner, which could be as a result of sperm inadequacy; 30 percent of the problem comes from the female partner and 10 per cent of the problem is a joint cause and in some cases the cause is unknown. An estimated 34 million women, predominantly from developing countries, have infertility which resulted from maternal sepsis and unsafe abortion.
Infertility in women was ranked the 5th highest serious global disability among populations under the age of 60. One of the problems of infertility in men is low sperm count. Low sperm count refers to the condition of a man not having an appreciable amount of sperm in the semen.

Causes of low sperm count

Some of the causes of low sperm count include; lack of semen ejaculation, some STDs that sexually transmitted disease, smoking, hormonal problems, genetic factors, some certain medications and antibodies that attack the sperm.
Symptoms of low sperm count
Some of the symptoms of low sperm count include low sex drive, discomfort in the testicle area, inability to impregnate a woman or conceive a child.

Ingredients:

Soya beans, groundnut, maize pap, roasted plantain, carrots
Preparation:
1. Pick and blow the soya beans and the groundnut to ensure the grains are free of sand and stones
2. Grind soya beans and groundnut
3. Mix some paste of maize in a bowl add some hot water and stir or add the paste in a pot on a stove and add some water stir to thicken it.
4. Add the ground soya bean and ground nut to the pap or if you choose to add to the boiling paste.
Also, regular intake of roasted plantain after a meal gives tremendous result.
In addition, snacking on carrots regularly aids to boost the sperm count as well.