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Male Infertility: Planning Ahead to Improve Your Chances

In our country when couples fail to have children, family and friends often blame the woman and call her various names. But infertility of couples could also come from the male counterpart. Even men could be ‘infertile’. When a man fails to impregnate a fertile woman, he is said to suffer from male infertility. As per statistics, 40%-50% of cases of infertility are due to male infertility. The most common causes of male infertility are:

  • Poor quality of semen
  • Low sperm count
  • Testicular varicocele
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Abnormal sperm structure
  • Sperm transportation disorder
  • Gonad disorder
  • Pituitary gland disorder
  • Diseases/illnesses such as HIV, Mumps, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia
  • Lifestyle issues like smoking, alcoholism, drug addiction etc

If couples who are trying to conceive through unprotected sex for over a month and are still unable to conceive, it could be due to the infertility of either the male or the female. After seeing the doctor if it is confirmed that the male partner is infertile, doctor can decide the line of treatment immediately and try to address the issue at the very root.

There are couples who’ll plan being parents 4-5 years post marriage. But that may cause them to miss the bus! Planning for pregnancy late may keep the man in darkness about his infertility which in turn may delay the treatment as well as the chances of conception for his wife. Moreover, success rate from treatment tends to be higher for younger men when compared to middle-aged men or older men.

There are two segments to the treatment to male infertility: Diagnosis and Treatment. The diagnostic part includes tests such as:

  • Scrotal Ultrasound
  • Genetic Tests
  • Urinalysis post ejaculation
  • Hormone tests
  • Sperm Function tests
  • Transrectal Ultrasound

Treatments offered to depend on the cause of infertility. The common treatments offered are:

  • Surgical procedures like Vasectomies and Sperm retrieval surgery
  • Administering antibiotics to treat reproductive tract infection
  • ART Treatments
  • Hormonal injections or hormone replacement medications
  • Medications for Sexual intercourse disorders

If you are a man suffering from male infertility and if you are residing in Bangalore, you can avail the best male infertility treatment in Bangalore offered at Roy Health and Specialty Clinic; Bangalore. You can visit their website; i.e. roydoctor to learn more about them.

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Roy Health & Speciality Clinic
No: 4177, 2nd Stage
13th Main, 9th Cross
Near New Canara Bank
Subramanya Nagar
Bangalore - 560010
Karnataka - India
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