Dr.O.K.Narayanan recieving Shresta Vaidya Award

Proud momemt for Smrithi Ayurveda Hospital And Research Centre..Our Chief Physician And Managing Director Dr.O.K.Narayanan recieving Shresta Vaidya Award From Honourable Health MInister Smt.K.K.Shylaja Teacher On 05/11/2018(National Ayurveda Day) considering his achievement in the field of Infertilty treatment.
Dr.O.K.Narayanan has successfully treated thousands of infertile couples and could bring a smile in there life and family.
On this occasion we, Smrithi Ayurveda Hospital and Research Centre wholeheartedly thank each and everyone who was been a part of this achievement.

What causes male infertility

Male infertility affects a large number of couples in our city. For every five couples who are facing fertility problems and cannot have a child, there is one couple where the problem is only with the male partner.
Here are some reasons that lead to male fertility.
Contracting mumps after puberty may damage sperm producing cells in the testicles. Some men suffer permanent sterility.


Varicocele is said to occur when veins, which drain blood from the testicles become swollen and engorged. This leads to blood not circulating out of the testicles properly. The increase in blood leads to a rise in temperature in the testicles. This can hinder the production of sperm. It has to be pointed out that although the theory of diagnosing and treating varicocele sounds logical, treating it does not always result in improvement in the sperm count or quality. It is estimated that even after satisfactory treatment of varicocele, significant improvements in the count occur only in approximately a fourth of all patients who undergo surgery.

Undescended testicles

As a male fetus develops in the uterus, his testicles typically form inside his abdomen and descend into the scrotum shortly before birth. When the move doesn't take place, the baby is born with a condition known as cryptorchidism. Usually the testicles descend themselves by the sixth month of life. Untreated, undescended testicles may affect fertility or lead to other medical problems.

Testicular cancer

Testicular cancer is sometimes diagnosed when a couple is experiencing difficulties in conceiving. A malignant tumour that develops in the testicle may destroy testicular tissue. If not detected early enough it may also spread to other parts of the body.


Diabetes has been found to have an effect on the quality of sperm.

Surgery or injury

Serious trauma to the testicles can affect the production of sperm and possibility lead to sterility. Damage from sport or by accident can rupture vessels that supply blood to the testicles. Additionally, surgery to correct an undescended testicle or repair a hernia may lead to damage of a man's sperm producing capabilities.

Physical abnormalities

In a small number of men, the fluid deposited in the vagina during intercourse may not contain sperm. This may be due to a blockage or malformation of the urethra vas deferens or epidydimis, which prevents the sperm from combining with other fluids to create semen.

Prolonged and consistent exposure to high temperatures

Heat can have a detrimental effect on normal sperm production. Typically, people who work in high temperature environments like furnace workers or boiler room personnel are affected.

Too much stress, fatigue or alcohol

Overwork, anxiety and too many alcoholic drinks have a negative effect on libido. Until recently, most cases of impotence were thought to be psychological. But there is increasing evidence to show that this is not always the case. New oral medication offers widespread success.



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We are so happy with treatment.After two years of married life we got a baby girl under the strict t

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