About Male Infertility
It is the inability of a man to make his female partner pregnant after having unprotected intercourse for more than a year or so.
- Pain, swelling or presence of lumps in the testicular area
- Obvious decrease in facial and body hair
- Gynecomastia- the growth of breasts in males
- Changes in sexual desire, premature ejaculation, inability to get and maintain the erection
- Intermittent respiratory infections
- Decreased sperm count- less than 15 million sperm per mL or less than 39 million every ejaculation
When to seek Medical Advice
Male infertility help to the doctor should be done as soon as the couple is having unprotected intercourse for more than a year and yet unable to get a successful pregnancy.
- Hormonal problems
- Chromosomal problems
- Blockages in the sperm paths
- Immune system attacking the sperm
- Retrograde ejaculation
- Physical assessment and taking of medical history
- Semen analysis
- Hormonal tests
- Transrectal ultrasound
- Testicular biopsy
Treatment for Male Infertility
- Surgical intervention
- Reversal of vasectomy
- Testicular sperm extraction
- Transurethral Resection of the Ejaculatory Duct (TURED)
- Antibiotic therapy
- Hormonal treatments
- Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)
Risk Factors and Complications
- Intermittent exposure to industrial chemicals
- Frequent exposure to radiation
- Exposure to elevated temperatures
- Use of prohibited drugs
- Chronic alcoholism
- Severe stress
- Avoid or do not smoke.
- Drink in moderation.
- Do not use prohibited drugs.
- Keep a healthy body weight.
- Keep away from environmental factors that contribute to male fertility causes.
- Relax and solve problems that cause stress.
- Work out a good relationship with your partner.
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