Male infertility refers to a male’s incapability to cause pregnancy in a fertile woman. Infertility is a condition that includes psychological, economic, and medical consequences ensuing in trauma, stress, particularly in a social set-up like ours, with strong importance on child-bearing.
Males with sperm limits below the WHO normal values are considered to have male factor infertility. Here, at Pribbgom Test Tube Baby Centre & Infertility Hospital situated at Alwar, Rajasthan finds the root cause for your male infertility problems and their solutions.
Questions like “Sperms are not being produced properly?” are very common in male infertility cases.
Here are some common signs of male infertility.
- Low sperm concentration (oligospermia)
- Poor sperm motility (asthenospermia)
- Abnormal sperm morphology (teratozoospermia)
Other factors that are associated with infertility include semen volume and other seminal makers of epididymal, prostatic and seminal vesicle function. Male infertility problems are related to counts at high as 90% and there is a positive association between the not-so-normal semen parameters and the sperm count.
Sperm count, motility and morphology stem from disarray are problems with sperm count and in control mechanism, which includes pre-testicular testicular and post-testicular factors.
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Semen analysis is one of the most useful and important investigations with a sensitivity factor which is able to detect 9 out of 10 men with a genuine problem with male infertility at Pribbgom test tube baby centre & infertility hospital, our team of specialised doctors find the root causes of you low sperm count and helps you deal with the infertility situation with the best rate and chances of growing the sperm count.
Our lab is fully equipped for semen analysis which gives the best and true results. If the result shows that semen count is low or the male is producing unhealthy sperm which is the reason causing infertility. The next step done at the hospital after being diagnosed with low sperm count is the hormone test.
A hormone that produces sperm is LH, FSH, PROLACTIN and THYROID. After the tests of these hormones, it is known if the male is able to produce sperm in the future or not. All these tests and procedures are done here at our hospital.
If these hormones are at a normal state then it is to increase the sperm count naturally.
Retrograde ejaculation can also be the reason for male infertility. In this case, the sperm being made enters the bladder instead of emerging through the penis during intercourse which does not cause pregnancy.
Problems like cryptorchidism and hernia can also be causes affecting male infertility and low sperm count.
A perfect investigation of the body is very important when diagnosing these problems which are reversible when treated with proper care and the right treatment.
As time are passing is being observed the decline in sperm quality in males due to different lifestyle choices like smoking, drinking, drug use etc.
In the current scenario keeping a healthy lifestyle is the key to a better future.