Stenorex

Nutritional supplement based on amino acids and vitamins associated with zinc, which may be useful in maintaining the physiological levels of testosterone and support for the normal function of the acid-base metabolism, the immune system, fertility and reproduction functions , to protect cells from oxidative stress and to maintain a physiological protein synthesis.

Dose

  • Adults: 1-2 sachet per day to be dissolved in water or other beverage

Packaging

  • 30 sachets
Functional Ingredient For 1 sachet For 2 sachet
L-Arginine 1.000 mg 2.000 mg
L-Lysine 500 mg 1.000 mg
L-Cystine 200 mg 400 mg
L-Citrulline 1.000 mg 2.000 mg
Vitamin C 300 mg 600 mg
Vitamin B1 12,5 mg 25 mg
Zinc 7,5 mg 15 mg
Vitamin B12 12,5 mcg 25 mcg
Vitamin B9 or Folate 200 mcg 400 mcg
Vitamin D 10 mcg 20 mcg

The Expert says

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Pasquale Romano, Export Manager for Spain, Portugal & Americas
Chiara Demi, Europe & Asia
Alessandra Oluwole, Africa & Middle East

Male infertility

One in eight couples have problems when trying to conceive their first child and one in six when trying to conceive their second child. About 15% of couples do not get conception within a year and turn to medical treatment for infertility.

Male fertility can be compromised as a consequence of abnormalities of the urogenital system present since birth or acquired during life, neoplasms, infections of the urogenital tract, increased temperature of the scrotum, disorders of the endocrine system, genetic anomalies and alterations of the activity of the immune system. When the male infertility condition is not attributable to any of the factors associated with male infertility previously mentioned, it is called idiopathic infertility. In at least 44% of cases, there are no demonstrable causes of infertility and therefore reference is made to idiopathic infertility. In such cases, the subjects do not have a history of disorders that could compromise fertility and appear normal on physical, endocrine, genetic and biochemical examination. Despite this, they present anomalies detectable by means of semen analysis by spermiogram. Idiopathic male infertility is associated with some factors, among which emerge the alterations attributable to environmental pollution, anomalies in the genes or in their expression and reactive oxygen species, the so-called oxidative stress. In fact, reactive oxygen species are believed to play an important role in male infertility: their levels are proven to be higher in infertile men. In addition, reactive oxygen species have been detected in the seminiferous tubules and seminal plasma of most patients suffering from idiopathic infertility.

Various solutions have been proposed for the treatment of idiopathic male infertility. Some doctors have suggested a change in lifestyle others have proposed from time to time the empirical use of some drugs which in some cases have led to some improvement in sperm quality and an increase in the rate of spontaneous pregnancies. From some scientific papers it emerges that the use of oral antioxidants, which counteract the harmful effects of reactive oxygen species, is associated with a significant improvement in the parameters of the male seed and birth rates and is characterized by the absence of side effects dangerous and low economic costs.

Alongside the antioxidants, other substances emerge which, acting in synergy with the antioxidants themselves, facilitate the increase in the count and the improvement of the motility of the spermatozoa, providing them with energy and promoting the synthesis of nitrogen oxide, facilitating the synthesis of proteins rich in arginine and improving the viscosity of the ejaculate.