A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY ON EFFICACY OF MASHAPARNI AND KAPIKACHU IN OLIGOSPERMIA
Introduction: Oligospermia is deficiency of sperm cells in semen. It is one of the main causes for male infertility. Prevalence of male infertility is around 7%. Recent studies showed that nearly 2-5% couple around world is suffering from the problems of inability to achieve conception. The normal process of spermatogenesis will be affected due to mechanical life, stress, strain and unhealthy food and various changes occur in the life style. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of Mashaparni and Kapikachu in Oligospermia. Materials and Methods: Data was collected by randomized sampling through lottery method with a minimum of 30 subjects of Oligospermia with respect to age and sex, irrespective of caste, religion and socio economic status. These subjects were assigned into 2 groups A and B with 15 subjects in each group. Duration of the intervention was 3 months. Results: Results obtained were statistically insignificant between both the groups. Conclusion: On the basis of the result of this study it was concluded that, both prescribed drugs will increase sperm count significantly.
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