This drug is used to improve male fertility, enhance sexual potency and regulate hormonal activity.


Vitamin B12

Positive effects of vitamin B12 on semen quality: increase sperm count and increase sperm motility, reduce sperm DNA damage. Beneficial effects of vitamin B12 on semen quality may be due to increased genital function, decreased homocysteine ​​toxicity, reduced nitric oxide production, reduced levels of oxidative damage to sperm, decreased energy produced by sperm, reduced inflammatory disorders in fluid Semen and control of nuclear factor activation.The recommended dose is 25 micrograms of vitamin B12 daily for 4 months.

Vitmanin B6

Vitamin B6 is found in normal semen. Vitamin B6 deficiency can lead to hyperhomocysteinemia, which may alter sperm parameters. In addition, vitamin B6 may strengthen the antioxidant reservoir of semen, which can be beneficial for sperm function.

Vitamin A

Retinol and alpha-tocopherol are natural antioxidants that inhibit lipid peroxidation and protect against cell damage caused by oxidative stress, and the concentration of this vitamin is higher in men with normal sperm parameters. The appropriate dose is 1 mg.

Vitamin C

Decreased plasma vitamin C levels in semen are a risk factor for decreased sperm count with normal morphology and idiopathic male infertility. Vitamin C also prevents DNA breakage, improves sperm morphology and increases sperm count. The recommended daily dose is between 200 and 1000 mg.

Vitamin D3

Serum vitamin D at high and low levels can be negatively correlated with semen parameters. There has also been a positive association between vitamin D and sperm motility and morphology, increasing testosterone in obese individuals. The maximum dose is 50 mg (4000 IU).

Vitamin E

There is a direct relationship between sperm motility and the amount of vitamin E received. Studies show that after taking 300 to 600 mg of this vitamin, various sperm parameters have improved and also the pregnancy rate has increased.


One of the most important functions of selenium is to participate in the conversion of thyroxine to the more active metabolite triiodothyronine; Therefore, selenium indirectly affects thyroid hormones, and since proper thyroid function is important for sperm production, selenium indirectly affects this process. It is estimated that the average daily intake of selenium is 30-38 mg.


There is a direct relationship between the level of zinc in the seminal fluid and the number of sperms and their normal morphology. Zinc deficiency is also a risk factor for chromosomal abnormalities. Consumption of 400 mg of sulfate increases sperm motility by 100%.


Poor sperm motility, chemotaxis, capacity, acrosome reaction and steroidogenesis are the main mechanisms that cause calcium deficiency in men. Therefore, the optimal concentration of calcium in the semen is required to enhance sperm function and all stages leading to successful fertilization.


Magnesium is essential at various stages of sperm production, growth and function, including controlling the limiting stages in DNA synthesis and mitosis. Magnesium deficiency is associated with a wide range of complications in the reproductive systems of men and women.

How should I take Sperigen?

Do not use if you are allergic to any of the components of the medicine.