Male Infertility

Infertility due to male factor accounts for at least 40% of infertility cases. For this reason, it is very important that men also be investigated for fertility problems. Male Fertility will provide you with a general overview of issues contributing to infertility in men. While blockages and problems producing healthy sperm are often the main reasons for male infertility, there are a variety of issues that can diagnosed by a fertility specialist.

Once a diagnosis has been made, a proper course of treatment can be recommended. Depending on the cause of male infertility, possible forms of treatment may include surgery, drugs or assisted reproductive technologies, like ICSI.

Although infertility is often treated as a female problem, it can emotionally affect a man just as much. Regardles of whether infertility is due to male or female factor or both, men can have just as much difficulty dealing with the consequences of not being able to conceive. Learning proper coping skills can help you get through this hard time in your life.

Some natural herbs in action with vitamins and nutrition will enhance and boost the performance of men's immune system.

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Sir, my friend(41years old) is suffering from infertility, his sperm count is 20.1million/ml, pH is 6.5, motility is 30%, volumme is 1.2m/s, abnormality is 60%, viscosity is hypo-viscous,epithioelcells is 1-2,colour is cream, PUS cells is 3-5, dead sperm is 10% (amorphous head forms) please what can be done in this senerio? will he be able to get a woman pregnant?
10 years ago
Dear Dr. My husbend had varacocoel, now after 6 months of varicoelectmy, no improvement in Activity, which is still 0%, but count has increased to 80million(previosly was 50 million, viability is only 15% , which are also sluggish. should we underg IVF, is it having a success rate?
12 years ago