The absence of sperm in the ejaculated fluid of a male is called azoospermia, and it is among the most demanding of infertility conditions. Even contemporary medicine offers very little hope in this regard in terms of offering a direct diagnosis and definitive cure. However, many men have chosen alternative forms of treatment like homeopathy to cure their infertility.
The common name for conium plant is Poison Hemlock or the Spotted Hemlock plant. It belongs to the Umbelliferae family of plants and is native to the European nations. However, owing to is curative properties, it has also been grown in the United States. Conium plant can be used for medicinal preparations as a whole. It is used for preparing herbal concoctions or for extraction for homeopathic preparations during different times of the year. It is believed that the active ingredients within the conium plant are in greater concentration at certain times of the year and thus, using the plant during specific phases means a more potent conium preparation. The extract used in homeopathic remedies is called Conium Maculatum.
Basics of Conium Treatment for Male Infertility
Like most homeopathic medications, conium too is prescribed only after establishing the psychological profile of the patient. This is vital since homeopathy seeks to treat the disease at its mental and physical level wherein the physical symptoms and underlying, mind-linked causes are addressed simultaneously.
Men who are struggling with infertility, along with presenting clear indications of having a weak memory or history of losing sense of time or place, are more likely to be treated with conium. Such individuals are unable to sustain their mental effort in an activity for a substantial period. Such men are likely to suffer from subtle symptoms of mental debility, wherein they are prone to developing palpitations or trembling-like symptoms upon the slightest of mental exertion.
Usage of Conium Applicability for Male Infertility
Conium is used for treating azoospermia and low sperm count after a careful examination of the symptoms related to male genitalia. Men who show a sustained decline in sexual activities, along with chronic absence of erection upon feeling mentally aroused, are treated with conium. Such men are prone to having restricted erection that is often too short for productive coitus.
Other symptoms that point towards low sperm count or absence of sperm (azoospermia) include frequent and uncontrolled discharge of prostatic or seminal fluid. Here, the discharge is not linked to sexual arousal. It can happen in relation to other emotions also. It can also happen upon straining too hard when trying to urinate. Nocturnal ejaculation may or may not be present.
Conium covers a large scale of symptoms related to male sexual organs that are possible causes of low sperm count. This includes men with a history of sporadic swelling of testicles or testicular tissues marked by contusions, or a history of testicular cysts and cancerous development in the testicular tissue.
Symptoms of urinary organ problems include a severe burning sensation during or after urinating. The urine might be a whitish in color and viscous in density. Such symptoms can be appreciably alleviated by starting a conium-based homeopathic treatment.
Men where infertility is indicated as a side-effect of cancer of prostate can also be treated with conium. In such cases, extreme pain might be an accompanying symptom. However, testicular pain without any of the accompanying symptoms discussed above may not be a just cause for prescribing conium.