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Application of TURIMED 10 (4-Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone) for the treatment of reduced sperm infertility

TURIMED 10 (4-Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone) is an anabolic steroid which is successfully used for the treatment of male hypogonadism and reduced sperm infertility. Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone is the 4-chloro-substituted derivative of methandienone (dehydromethyltestosterone). This compound is a modified form of Dianabol (Methandrostenolone), whereby it is a combination of the chemical structures of Dianabol and Clostebol (4-chlorotestosterone). This is the reason why its actual chemical name is 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone.

TURIMED 10 (4-Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone) is utilized for the treatment of infertility. Infertility is a big problem for many men, as it affects approximately 1 out of every 6 couples. Experts say what in more than half of those cases, the underlying problem is in the male. Sperm counts are falling drastically worldwide – and that haven’t happened overnight, this has been doing so for decades. Scientists don't know the reason for that and are alarmed by this significant global health problem.

As we all know the sperm counts are dependent on high levels of Testosterone hormone, and again, experts are sure that there is some knowledge of links between sperm count and infertility. But beyond this basic knowledge, sperm’s intricacies remain largely undiscovered.

Current statistics showed that sperm counts in men from America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand have dropped by more than 50 percent in less than 40 years, according to pooled research published in 2018, described by one of its authors as an “urgent wake-up call” for further immediate investigation.

Different factors may affect sperm production and male infertility. The sperm may be reduced in number, less able to swim forwards, become less mobile and be abnormal in their form. These also include current or past infection of the testicles (for example, mumps), current or past infections of another part of the sperm-producing system, such as gonorrhea or other sexually transmitted infections.

There are existing our main causes of infertility in males:

  • A hypothalamic or pituitary disorder (1-2%)
  • Gonad disorder (30-40%)
  • Sperm transport disorder (10-20%)
  • Unknown causes (40-50%)

Although a lot of research remains to be performed on the topic of male infertility, many cases still receive an “unknown cause” diagnosis. Male infertility mostly occurs because of abnormal sperm, because of inadequate numbers of sperm, or problems with ejaculation. There are cases when the reason can’t be found after all testes and procedures. In general, sperm can be considered abnormal for two possible reasons: unusually short life span of the sperm and/or low mobility.

Sperm abnormalities may be caused by one or more of the following factors:

  • Inflammation of the testicles
  • Swollen veins in the scrotum
  • Abnormally developed testicles

 

 

Reasons for a low sperm count or lack of sperm include one or more of the following factors:

  • A pre-existing genetic condition
  • Use of alcohol, tobacco or other drugs
  • Severe mumps infection after puberty
  • Hernia repairs
  • Hormone disorder
  • Exposure to poisonous chemicals
  • Exposure to radiation
  • A blockage caused by a previous infection
  • Wearing restrictive or tight underwear
  • Injury to the groin area.