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Male Infertility

Any health issue that decreases a man’s ability to help his female partner get pregnant is called male infertility. Generally, among males, fertility depends upon the quality and quantity of sperms. If the number of sperms is low or if their quality is poor, it gets difficult and, in some cases, impossible to make a woman pregnant.
Infertility is related to the reproductive system of the body, wherein some of the organs do not function properly. If you have been trying to get pregnant for the past one year and have not yet been successful, maybe it’s time to visit the doctor, know the possible cause and get the treatment.

Symptoms of Male Infertility

Most of the time, there are no visible symptoms of male infertility. There is no difficulty in sexual activity, erections and ejaculations. The semen will also look normal; therefore, medical tests are required to find the cause of infertility.
The only way one can suspect infertility is when the female partner doesn’t get pregnant after one year of unprotected sex.

Causes of Male Infertility

Fertilization happens when a male produces healthy sperm that can fertilize the eggs. However, if the sperms are low in count and have poor mobility, it causes male infertility. Some common causes are:

Sperm disorders

- It includes unhealthy, immature, abnormally shaped sperm with poor mobility. Sometimes the number of sperms is less or zero. It may happen due to:

  • Infection or inflammation
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Autoimmune disease wherein the body starts making antibodies against the sperms
  • Lifestyle factors and environmental issues
  • Genetic diseases

Structural problems

- Sometimes, due to genetic or congenital disabilities, the genital tract gets blocked, preventing the flow of semen. Scar tissue from surgery can also prevent the flow of semen.

Other factors

- Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, liver and kidney diseases, severe diabetes are some other factors that may cause male infertility.

Who is at higher risk of male infertility?

Men with the following are at greater risk:

  • Genital infections or inflammation of the prostate in the past
  • Injury of the testicles
  • Hernia repair surgery
  • Genitals exposure to a higher temperature
  • Undescended testis

At Pragati IVF Center, the doctors will perform certain medical tests and review the patient’s health history to diagnose the problem. It may include semen analysis, testicular biopsy, blood tests and some other tests that will detect the problems in the male reproductive system.
Based on the diagnosis, the doctor may suggest male infertility treatment like:

  • Donar insemination
  • IVF or ICSI
  • Hormonal medications
  • Surgery to fix structural issues

Contact Pragati IVF Center to know more about Male Infertility, possible causes and potential treatments.

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