Explanation: Low sperm count in the ejaculate.

May be caused by:

  • Poor production of sperm

  • Impaired transport of sperm

Causes of impaired transport:

  • Inflammation

  • Varicocele (varicose veins)

  • Genetic conditions

Help from PROfortilTM

  • By using PROfortilTM sperm density was increased by 215.5% on average.

Causes of poor production:

  • Stress

  • Infections

  • Hormonal imbalance

  • Diabetes

  • Cancer surgery

  • Malposition of testes

  • Genetic & environmental factors

  • Alcohol or drug abuse

Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (“triple defect”)

Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia is an abnormal change of sperm.

Three abnormal parameters:

  • Not enough sperm (“oligo”)
  • Low motility of the sperm (“astheno”)
  • Increased levels of abnormally shaped sperm (“terato”)

Help from PROfortilTM

  • Sucessful improvement of: sperm density, motility and morphology

Caused by:

  • Malposition of testes

  • Varicocele

  • Chromosome abnormalities

  • Hormonal imbalance

  • Infections

  • Medication or alcohol/drug abuse


Explanation: Increased levels of abnormally shaped sperm (sperm morphology)

Help from PROfortilTM

  • By using PROfortilTM sperm morphology was improved from -2,4% to 23,0%

DNA fragmentation

Sperm is the bearer of genetic information – it has to transport the DNA safely packed packaged into the egg.

Help from PROfortilTM

  • Latest results of the 2012 clinical study showed that male infertility may also be associated with damaged genetic material (DNA fragmentation). After three months of taking PROfertil® there was a successful increase in undamaged DNA from 56% to 74%.


Explanation: Reduced motility of the sperm in the ejaculate.

Help from PROfortilTM

  • In the control group, PROfertil increased the number of progressively moving sperm by 83.1% in the treatment group.
  • Total motility (movement) is increased by 36.4% on average.

Increased motility of the sperm combined with an improvement in all other sperm parameters lead to an increase in the rate of fertilisation

Source: Xenzo (Wikipedia)

Source: Xenzo (Wikipedia)

  • Aspermia: absence of semen

  • Azoospermia: absence of sperm

  • Necorzoospermia: all sperm in the ejaculate are dead