Male Infertility Treatment in Delhi

Male Infertility - Overview

Only women experience infertility is a myth; it is time to introspect this taboo. Male infertility is increasing at the same level as female infertility.

The development and functioning of the reproductive system in men are hormone-driven. Hormones stimulate the production of sperms in the testis and later help transport into the female reproductive tract during ejaculation. Male infertility is the inability of the male reproductive system to help attain pregnancy in a fertile woman.

What causes azoospermia?

Some of the symptoms that indicate male infertility are:

Causes of fertility problems in men

Infertility in men can be due to stress, biological issues, environmental factors, or lifestyle indulgences.

Some of the biological causes of infertility in men:

  • Varicocele : A varicocele is the swelling of the testicles due to enlarged veins and abnormal blood flow leading to less number quality sperms.
  • Infections : Infections in the reproductive system such as gonorrhea or HIV and infection scars can impact sperm production and transportation.
  • Retrograde ejaculation : Retrograde ejaculation is when the semen flows backward into the bladder causing low sperm numbers during ejaculation.
  • Hormone imbalance : low levels of testosterone or imbalances of hormones can affect the functioning of the reproductive organs and sperm integrity.
  • Blocked ducts : Blocked ducts can restrict the flow of sperms causing fertility issues in men.
  • Undescended testicles : Sometimes, the testis does not descend into the scrotum causing infertility in men.
  • Temperature : The sperm production process can be impaired at high heat and temperature causing oligospermia and poor quality sperms.
  • Genes : Inheritance of genes causing Klinefelter syndrome, cystic fibrosis, and Kallmann’s syndrome can lead to abnormalities of the male reproductive system.

Certain environmental factors such as exposure to radiation ( X-rays), chemicals, pesticides, etc can cause low quantity and quality of sperms.

Lifestyle habits such as smoking, alcohol abuse, certain medications can lead to hormonal variations impacting the sperm numbers and quality.

Can the causes of infertility in men be detected and treated?

  • Physical examination
  • Semen Analysis
  • Hormone testing
  • Urinalysis after ejaculation
  • Ultrasound
  • Genetic tests
  • Testicular biopsy
  • Sperm function tests
  • Medications to treat infections
  • Hormonal replacement treatments to stabilize hormones
  • Surgery to repair a varicocele
  • Microsurgery and surgical aspiration techniques to retrieve a good amount of quality sperms
  • Assisted reproductive techniques like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) with/without Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) can address major male fertility concerns and help gain pregnancy.

Male infertility treatment at OMYA

OMYA can help you achieve fertility with various and advanced modalities to diagnose, treat them with utmost prudence and precision. Connect with OMYA for the best infertility treatment in Delhi and patient care.

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