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Acetyl L- Carnitine

Herbal Research: Carnitine

Acetyl  L-Carnitine - Infertility: Acetyl  L-Carnitine is responsible for sperm health. L-Carnitine is an amino acid that plays an important role in fertility and reproductive issues. It is vital and powerful in the production, formation and maturation of sperm. It is  important that men have enough of it in their bodies in order to maintain maximum reproductive health.
For male infertility 500 milligrams of  Acetyl L-Carnitine can be taken  every 12 hours for 3 months of treatment
 Researchers at the Sapienza University of Rome discovered this when they did experiments with 54 men aged between 35 and 75. In the Moncada study, Acetyl L-Carnitine  improved  sperm motility.  Improvements were particularly marked and sustained in 60% of patients.  Female partners of 5 patients became pregnant during the Acetyl L-Carnitine therapy.

Acetyl  L-Carnitine for Male Infertility: A number of clinical studies have demonstrated the efficacy of oral administration of  Acetyl L-Carnitine for men with various forms of sperm dysfunction.

Acetyl L-Carnitine - Stroke: To energize your brain naturally, take 500 mg of Acetyl L-carnitine three times a day for at least a year after the stroke.

Acetyl L-Carnitine - Urethritis: Take 500 milligrams daily for two months.

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