Male infertility Treatment in Kondapur, Hyderabad
Male infertility is a condition that’s responsible for not conceiving a child even a couple has had frequent and unprotected sex for a year in a half. Male infertility may occur due to low sperm production, abnormal sperms, injuries, lifestyle choices, and chronic health problems.
What Is Male Infertility?
Male infertility is a condition when a man is responsible for not conceiving a child due to several reasons such as low sperm count, poor sperm quality, and other diseases. It is a stressful condition but, several treatments are available for the treatment of male infertility.
What Are The Symptoms Of Male Infertility?
The most important symptom of male infertility is the inability to conceive a child. Other symptoms associated with male infertility may include;
- Premature ejaculation or difficult ejaculation
- Low sexual desire
- Difficulty in maintaining an erection
- Pain and swelling around the testicles
- Low sperm count
- Poor quality of sperms
When To Consult A Doctor?
You should consult with a doctor;
- If your partner is unable to conceive after regular and unprotected intercourse for over a year or more
- If you suffer from erection problems, low sex drive, or other sexual dysfunction
- If you experience pain or discomfort while having sex
- If you experience swelling in or around the testicles
- If your age or your partner’s age is over 35 years
Request an appointment at Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Kondapur
Call 1860-500-2244 to book an appointment
What Are The Causes Of Male Infertility?
The most important causes of male infertility are:
Unhealthy sperms: Producing unhealthy sperms is one of the most important causes of male infertility. To make your partner pregnant, you should be able to produce healthy sperm. This is possible if one or both of your testicles are functioning normally. Your testes should produce enough testosterone and other hormones to produce healthy sperm.
Proper movement of sperms: Sperms are produced by the testicles. Delicate tubes transport sperms when they get mixed with semen. Proper movement of sperms from the testicles to get mixed with the semen is important for ejaculation out of the penis.
Enough quantity of sperm: Low sperm count is another important cause of male infertility. If your testes are producing low sperms, there are fewer chances that your sperm will fertilize your partner’s egg.
Sperm motility: If your sperms are not motile, the sperms will not be able to reach your partner’s egg to fertilize it.
What are the Medical causes?
Varicocele: A varicocele is a condition in which veins become swollen and is the most common cause of male infertility. Varicocele cause improper blood flow to the testes and this leads to unhealthy sperm formation.
Infection: Sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhoea, HPV, and inflammation of other sexual organs such as epididymitis may be responsible for causing poor sperm quality and quantity.
Tumours: Any kind of cancer of the male reproductive organs or nonmalignant tumours can also cause poor quality of sperm and imbalance of male hormones that cause infertility in men.
Undescended testes: In some men, testes fail to descend from the abdomen to the scrotum during fetal development. This may be the reason for infertility in some men.
Lifestyle changes such as abuse of alcohol and other drugs, cigarette smoking, tobacco smoking, or obesity may be responsible for infertility in men.
What Are The Treatment Options For Male Infertility?
Treating the cause of male infertility may not be possible in all cases. Your doctor may suggest you and your partner opt for assisted reproductive treatment such as in vitro fertilization (IVF). Such treatments do not help to treat or cure male infertility but can help you and your partner to achieve conception.
There are many reasons for male infertility. If you and your partner are not able to achieve conception within a year after regular and unprotected intercourse for over a year, you should consult with a physician at Apollo Kondapur to get the right treatment.
Yes, cigarette smoking can affect your sperm quality. It can reduce the size and movement of sperm cells.
Yes, some body-building products contain steroids that may affect the production of male hormones and affect the quality of sperm.
You can make lifestyle changes such as avoid smoking, alcohol drinking and eat healthy foods to boost your sperm count.