Male infertility: causes, symptoms, solution, Male infertility treatment in Ahmadabad

Having a child is usually a quick and standard process. However, conceiving a child can be difficult for many couples. Many reasons can be called out male and female infertility is one of them.

While one or both spouses can play a role in the couple's reproductive difficulties, whether it is male or female infertility, it is a clinical condition that can only be determined after a thorough examination and testing.

In this article, we are going to talk about male infertility.

Male infertility is a disease in which a couple is unable to conceive a child despite having daily unprotected intercourse due to low sperm count, irregular sperm function, or blockages that inhibit sperm delivery.

Male infertility is more common in areas where contamination levels are high, such as water pollutants, pesticides, and herbicides. According to some recent population reports, sperm numbers have been decreasing worldwide, despite the fact that infertility has not increased significantly.

Some common reasons:

  • Excessive heat: Regular environment produced by a man's occupation, such as truck drivers, welders, or firefighters, or by habits, such as frequent use of the hot tub or wearing tight clothing.
  • Certain antibiotics and prescription medications, anabolic steroids, alcohol, and marijuana are all examples of drugs.
  • Pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals, lead, arsenic, and paint are all toxicants.
  • Excessive exercise
  • Anemia, malnutrition, cancer, neurological disease, or diabetes are examples of chronic diseases.
  • Zinc, vitamin C, and folic acid deficiency are examples of dietary deficiencies.
  • Varicocele is a condition in which the veins in the scrotum enlarge.
  • Infection, cancer, trauma, or retrograde ejaculation are all diseases of the male genital tract.
  • The treatment of undescended testicles, for example, requires surgery on the male genital tract.
  • Obesity

Other less common problem:

Sexual issues that affect the ability of sperm to penetrate the vaginal canal (one in 100 infertile couples)

Low levels of hormones that affect the testicles produced by the pituitary gland (a hormone controller in the brain) (one in 100 infertile men)

Antibodies against sperm (proteins that fight against sperm,which are found in one in 16 infertile men). Sperm antibodies may not affect your chances of getting pregnant in most cases, but they can reduce your fertility in some cases.

Sometimes it comes as genetics.

If you and your partner have been trying for a baby for a year without success, the next thing you can do is visit your doctor or a family planning center.

Infertility is a dilemma that affects all partners. Both partners should have testing completed, even though one partner has a child from a previous relationship. Infertility may indicate the presence of other (possibly undiagnosed) health issues.


Male fertility issues can be difficult to diagnose. The most common issues are with sperm development or distribution. A complete medical history and physical examination are required to make a diagnosis. Your doctor can also recommend blood tests and sperm tests.

Treatments in male infertility include:

  • Surgical procedures are performed. A varicocele, for example, or an obstructed vas deferens may also be surgically corrected. Vasectomies that have already been performed may be reversed. When there are no sperm in the ejaculate, sperm extraction methods may also be used to obtain sperm directly from the testicles or epididymis.
  • Infection treatment. Antibiotic treatment can cure a reproductive tract infection, but it does not always restore fertility.
  • Treatments for sexual intercourse. In cases of erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, medication or therapy may help improve fertility.
  • Treatments and medicines for hormones. In such cases where infertility is caused by high or low levels of certain hormones, or issues with the way the body uses hormones, all your body needs hormones, your doctor can prescribe hormone replacement or medications.
  • Assisted reproduction technology (ART). Depending on your particular case and desires, ART treatments can include receiving sperm by natural ejaculation, surgical extraction, or from donor individuals. The sperm are then either injected into the female genital tract or used in in vitro fertilization or intracytoplasmic sperm injection procedures.

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