Treatment for Male Infertility
Women are born with limited number of eggs which breaks down after a certain age, making it impossible for women to bear a child after they hit menopause. However, a man never stops producing sperms; even then male infertility is as common as female infertility. When a couple is unable to conceive due to problems in a male partner, medical or surgical treatment may be recommended. A man’s fertility is generally linked to the quality and quantity of his sperms. Male infertility is common due to deficiencies in the semen or problems like low sperm count, poor sperm mobility and abnormal morphology.
Symptoms of male infertility: For some men, intercourse anderectionwill happen normally. Quantity and appearance of the ejaculated semen may also seem normal to the naked eye. However, since there are no obvious signs of infertility, only medical tests can establish whether a man is fertile or not.
Causes of infertility
The most common causes of infertility in men can be premature ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation, erection dysfunctions and complications from radiation therapy, pre-existing genetic condition, sexual problems, hormonal disorders, exposure to poisonous chemicals or injury to groin area. Other factors may include:
- Infection in testicles
- Infection in prostate
- Deformed testicles
How will a doctor determine Male Infertility?
The doctor may consult the patient by learning about his sexual life and issues about erection and ejacualation. Afterwards, the doctor may suggest from some tests for hormones, testicular biopsy (if necessary), sperm and semen analysis. The diagnoiss will make way for the treatment procedure.