<b>Case Report on the Effect of Virechana in Male Infertility W.S.R.T Oligozoospermia</b> Most authors define patients as infertile if they have been unable to achieve a pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse. The fact is, among 60 of all couples experiencing infertility, a male factor is involved. In approximately 40 of cases in the male alone and in another 20 both male and female are abnormal. Oligozoospermia refers to semen with a low concentration of sperm and is a common finding in male Infertility. Hence the management of this issue is of utmost importance in the current days. Ayurveda addresses the male factor defects under broad classification of Ashtavidhasukradushti in which oligospermia can be correlated to Ksheenasukra, in addition it is said that Virechana karma enhances the quality level of shukra. A 33yr old male with 3 years of married life diagnosed with oligospermia, treated according to Ayurvedic principles. After Deepana pachana with Chitrakadi Vati and snehapana with Ashwagandha grita, Virechana with Trivrut Avaleha was given. Follow up showed improvement in Seminal parameters. The present case signifies the importance of Ayurvedic treatment in bringing a positive outcome in the field of male infertility. Male infertility, Oligospermia, Ksheenushukra, Virechana, Ashwagandha Grita 7-10 Issue-7 Volume-6 Dr. Ashwini S Balbatti | Dr. Doddabasayya Kendadmath | Dr. Rajesh Sugur