Asthenozoospermia is an alteration of the semen that refers to mobility problems in sperm.
If the man has a high percentage of sperm with mobility problems, it is difficult to achieve pregnancy naturally. Therefore, an assisted reproduction technique is usually necessary.
As for treatment options, there are the following:
- Diet and lifestyle
- It is recommended to lead a healthy lifestyle and avoid toxic habits (tobacco consumption, alcohol, etc.) which may affect the overall quality of sperm, including sperm mobility. This can be of great help in case of mild or light asthenozoospermia. In addition, we recommend the consumption of a vitamin supplement that has antioxidants to stimulate sperm mobility.
- There are some medications designed to improve sperm quality that can help reduce sperm mobility problems. However, this will only be effective in mild cases of male infertility in sperm.
Severe or severe asthenozoospermia is difficult to improve with any of these treatments. In these cases, it will be necessary to use assisted reproduction techniques to achieve pregnancy.