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What is azoospermia?

The azoospermia is a lack of sperm in the semen. If, after a year of unprotected sex, no pregnancy has occurred, it means that the man, woman, or both may have a fertility problem. In 40% of infertile couples, the man has a fertility problem. However, Dawasanté experts provide you with a natural herbal treatment to improve the quality of your sperm and allow you to conceive quickly.

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 How common is azoospermia?

About 1% of all men and 10% to 15% of infertile men have azoospermia.



Here we are going to offer you a mixture of African plants, roots and bark that will help you heal your azoospermia. Our blend of plants and roots has already enabled many men around the world to heal from infertility and experience the joy of being a father. What allows us to have excellent results is that we produce all these plants and roots ourselves and that we select only the best plants so that they retain all their therapeutic and medicinal virtues. They are the best roots and plants against azoospermia.

Here are five plants and roots that will help you cure azoospermia:

1.       Saw palmetto

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Saw palmetto helps boost libido by stopping the breakdown of testosterone in the body. In men, sperm production is guided by testosterone. Too little testosterone results in a low sperm count. Likewise, too little testosterone reduces a woman's egg production. Saw palmetto can therefore increase male and female fertility by altering the balance of free testosterone in the body.

2.       Ashwagandha

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Ashwagandha is traditionally used to improve sexual health. It supports the endocrine system and promotes its better functioning. It also strengthens the hormonal balance in the body. It stimulates libido and improves sperm count in men. It improves stamina and also improves sexual performance.

3.      Saw Palmetto

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Saw Palmetto nourishes the entire endocrine system, which can help improve overall reproductive function in humans. Men with high stress, poor immune function, poor lifestyle and eating habits are found to respond well to this plant. This plant is classified as an adaptogen and is antiandrogenic, anti-inflammatory, softening, urinary antiseptic and immuno-amphoteric. Saw Palmetto is also a reproductive amphoteric. What does this mean though? It just means that it normalizes reproductive function.

Saw Palmetto nourishes the body deeply when taken regularly for many months. Constant use of this herb is beneficial in improving the quality and quantity of sperm.

4.       Ginseng

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Ginseng is often referred to as the king of all herbs and is proven to be the panacea for improving overall well-being. Ginseng is also an aphrodisiac and is used to treat sexual dysfunction and to improve sexual behavior in traditional Chinese medical practices. Data from animal studies have shown a positive correlation between ginseng's performance, libido and copulation, and these effects have been confirmed in case-control studies in humans. In addition, ginseng improves the quality of sperm and their number. We highly recommend it.

5.       Maca

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Maca has the ability to improve female fertility, which is why it is getting a lot of attention. It balances female hormones to improve fertility. However, this herb also has the ability to boost male fertility. This plant effectively improves the quality of sperm (poor sperm quality is a cause of male infertility). According to a study, men who consume maca regularly have more mobile sperm, more sperm and more semen per ejaculation.

The natural treatment that we offer to cure azoospermia consists mainly of natural herbal teas. The herbal tea is composed of plants and roots 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 the miracle solution to cure azoospermia.

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Cause of azoospermia

Depending on the cause, there are two types of azoospermia:

 Secretory azoospermia (or NOA, for non-obstructive azoospermia)

Spermatogenesis is impaired or absent and the testes do not produce sperm. The cause of this spermatogenesis defect can be:

  • Hormonal, with hypogonadism (absence or abnormality in the secretion of sex hormones) which may be congenital (Kallmann-Morsier syndrome for example) or acquired, due in particular to pituitary tumors which impair the functioning of the hypothalamic-pituitary axis or after a treatment (eg chemotherapy);
  • Genetics: Klinefelter syndrome (presence of an additional X chromosome), which affects 1 in 1,200 men, structural abnormality of the chromosomes (microdeletion, i.e. loss of a fragment, of the Y chromosome in particular), translocation (one segment of the chromosome detaches and attaches to another). These chromosomal abnormalities are the cause of 5.8% of male infertility problems;
  • Bilateral cryptorchidism: the two testes have not descended into the bursae, which impairs the process of spermatogenesis;
  • An infection: prostatitis, orchitis.

 Obstructive or excretory azoospermia (OA, obstructive azoospermia)

The testes do indeed produce spermatozoa but they cannot be exteriorized due to a blockage of the ducts (epididymis, vas deferens or ejaculatory ducts). The cause may be of origin:

  • congenital: the seminal tract has been altered from embryogenesis, resulting in an absence of the vas deferens. In men with cystic fibrosis, a mutation in the CFTR gene can cause the absence of vas deferens;
  • infectious: the passages have been blocked following an infection (epididymitis, prostato-vesiculitis, prostatic utricle).


The main symptom of azoospermia is infertility.


The diagnosis of azoospermia is made during an infertility consultation, which in men systematically includes a spermogram. This examination consists of analyzing the content of the ejaculate (semen), evaluating various parameters and comparing the results with the standards established by the WHO.

In the event of azoospermia, no sperm is found after centrifugation of the entire ejaculate. To make the diagnosis, however, it is necessary to carry out one or even two other spermograms, each 3 months apart, because spermatogenesis (cycle of sperm production) lasts about 72 days. In the absence of sperm production over 2 to 3 consecutive cycles, the diagnosis of azoospermia will be made.

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For more information, you can contact our experts on +229 51374202 direct line or by WhatsApp at the same number.


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