What are the most common infertility issues faced by men?
Generally, we assumed that the infertility issue is a female issue. But in several investigations, the infertility specialists in Hyderabad found that one-third of the couple, who are struggling in infertility problem is men by doing male factor infertility diagnosis. That’s why Motherhood fertility centre, a famous fertility Center in Hyderabad researched on this treatment of male factor infertility and becoming the leading male infertility treatment centre in Hyderabad and also becoming the best Fertility Centers in Hyderabad.
To know the causes of male infertility, the male factor infertility diagnosis begins with a full physical examination along with their medical history. All these play an important role in male factor infertility treatment. After the physical examination, the next step is sperm analysis, where a sperm sample is tested in the laboratory. The lab will check the sperm count, shape, health and movement of the sperm and helps to determine the best male factor infertility treatment.
The most common infertility issues faced by men
Usually, male infertility exhibits as problems with the sperm or with the ejaculation process. These infertility issues can take many forms, but the most common infertility issues seen by fertility specialists are given below:
- Azoospermia: in this condition, sperm is totally absent in the semen. Azoospermia affects about 5% of men who are suffering from infertility. The body is not producing enough sperm, but more often this condition is a result of blockage or obstruction in the ejaculatory ducts. This prevents any sperm from leaving the testicles and reaching the ejaculate.
- Oligospermia: the infertility specialists in Hyderabad working in the Motherhood fertility centre, which is also a famous best IVF Center in Hyderabad and IUI Fertility Centre in Hyderabad and considered this condition as a “low sperm count”. Oligospermia means that there is a small number of sperm cells in the ejaculate. This condition is caused by the production of the small number of sperms by ejaculatory ducts or vas deferens obstruction.
- Congenital absence of the vas deferens: in this case, the tubes, usually transport sperm to the penis in the ejaculation process. The patient suffering from this condition may actually be producing viable sperm in the tests. But pregnancy becomes impossible without a way to ejaculate.
- Ejaculatory duct obstruction (EDO): it is a blockage in the ejaculatory of man. It may be caused by an injury or infection or it is a congenital issue, which is present since birth.
- Varicocele: a few men develop large varicose veins in the scrotum. This gives an impact on the reproductive function in many ways, any of these may affect sperm production, quality as well as transport.
- Poor sperm motility or morphology: by doing male factor infertility diagnosis, the infertility specialists found that sometimes a man is producing better sperm quantity but there are some issues with the shape of the sperm (morphology) or the mobility. These issues can mean that the sperm has a tough time to reach and penetrate the egg.
- Previous vasectomy: in this condition, a man who is in vasectomy at an earlier point in his life, wishes to conceive now.
- Premature ejaculation: if a man ejaculates consistently before vaginal penetration, the chances of sperm penetrating an egg is very low.
- Erectile dysfunction: trouble in achieving or maintaining an erection consistently can make the conceiving process extremely difficult or even impossible.
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