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Male Infertility

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Infertility Is Caused By A Male Factor In Approximately 30%-40% Of Cases. An Additional 20% Of Couples Are Found To Have A Combination Of Male And Female Factors Contributing To Their Infertility About Three Quarters Of Cases Of Male Infertility Are Related To Either Low Sperm Count, Poor Motility (I.e.: The Number Of Sperm Which Are Viable And Moving), Or Abnormal Morphology (I.e.: Malformed Sperm). While There Are Many Theories About What Causes These Conditions, It Is Not Always Possible For The Fertility Specialist To Identify The Cause. Sometimes An Infection May Be Indicated By Finding White Cells In The Semen And Can Be Effectively Treated By A Urologist. At Other Times, Stress Can Cause Temporary Erectile Or Ejaculatory Problems.

The Remaining One-quarter Of Male Infertility Results From Obstructions In The Testes, Environmental Causes (Such As Smoking And Hot Tubs), Hormonal Deficiency, Or Auto-immune Factors.

Unlike Female Infertility, Which Requires A Battery Of Tests To Diagnose, Male Infertility Is A Relatively Simpler Evaluation Consisting Of Medical History, Physical Examination And A Semen Analysis. If It Is Normal, Usually, No Other Testing Of The Male Partner Is Required.

Of Course, The Couple Should Ensure That The Laboratory Performing The Semen Analysis Is Highly Experienced In This Procedure And That They Check The Motility And Morphology As Well As The Count.

If The Semen Analysis Shows That There Is A Problem, An Evaluation By A Urologist- Ideally One Who Specializes In Infertility Is Necessary. Your Partner Can Expect To Undergo A Careful Examination, Blood Tests And An Ultrasound To Try To Pinpoint The Cause.

Treating Male Infertility

Many Tools Are Available To The Fertility Specialist For Treating Male Mild Cases, Super-ovulation (A Procedure In Which The Wife Is Given Fertility Drugs To Stimulate Formation Of Multiple Eggs, Thus Increasing The Possibility That Any One Will Fertilize) With Intrauterine Insemination (Iui). With Iui, The Husband’s Semen Is Washed, Capacitated And Concentrated And Then Injected Directly Into The Uterus.
When Auto-immune Factors Are Present, The Sperm Are First Purified In A Technique Called “sperm Washing.”

In Vitro Fertilization (Ivf) Is Also Frequently Utilized To Treat Severe Male Factor Infertility Or In Cases Where Superovulation And Insemination Has Not Been Successful.

Recently, Two High-tech Breakthroughs Have Increased The Odds Significantly For Couples With Severe Male Infertility Undergoing Ivf:

Utilizing “icsi” (Pronounced “icksy”), Which Stands For Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection, A Single Sperm Is All That Is Needed. It Can Be Injected, Using Microscopic Techniques (Micromanipulation), Directly Into An Egg. In This Procedure, The Wife Undergoes A Normal Ivf Cycle. However, When It Is Time To Fertilize The Egg, A Single Sperm Is Drawn Into A Very Thin-tipped Pipette. The Tip Of The Pipette Is Inserted Into The Egg And The Sperm Is Then Released Directly Into The Egg. This Process Can Be Repeated For Each Egg.

Or, If A Man Has No Sperm Whatsoever In The Ejaculate, It Is Now Possible To Remove A Few Sperm Cells Directly From Testicular Tissue, Utilizing A Procedure Called “tesa” (Testicular Sperm Aspiration). These Cells Can Then Be Injected Into An Egg Using The Icsi Procedure Described Above.

For Couples Who Do Not Want To Undergo Ivf, Artificial Insemination By Donor Sperm (Aid) Can Be Used. Modern Sperm Banks Use Very Careful Screening Procedures Before Accepting A Man As A Donor. The Couple Never Meets The Donor Or Knows His Identity, But They Are Provided With A Description And Medical History. Aid Has Been Used For Many Years By Fertility Specialists With Much Success.
For Treating Male Infertility Sperm Aspiration Is Also A Useful Technique.

Diet For Infertile Males

Diet Of A To-be-father Is Extremely Important. Nutrition Has A Direct Impact On The Potency Of Your Sperm. Poor Eating Habits And Regular Consumption Of Alcohol, For Instance, Can Lower The Quality And Quantity Of Sperm, Making Conception More Difficult. And Since Infertility Is Nearly As Much A Man’s Issue As A Woman’s Issue – Up To 40 % Of Infertility Problems Can Be Traced To Men – Eating Healthfully Now Will Boost Your Chances Of Conceiving A Child What’s A Healthy Diet For Dads-to-be? Generally, It Should Be Every Bit As Balanced, Varied, And Nutritious As A Mom-to-be’s Diet During Conception.
Get More Zinc In Your Diet, At Least 12 To 15 Mg A Day.

Increase Your Intake Of Calcium And Vitamin D. Good Sources Of Calcium Include Low-fat Milk And Curds. You’ll Find Vitamin D In Milk And Salmon Fish.

Cut Out Or Cut Back On Alcohol. While An Occasional Drink Is Generally Considered Safe, Daily Consumption Can Decrease Testosterone Levels And Sperm Counts, And Increase The Number Of Abnormal Sperms.

Go Cold Turkey On Recreational Drugs, Such As Marijuana And Cocaine

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Testicles Function Best When They Keep Their Cool. Hot Tubs, Saunas, Synthetic Shorts, Tight-fitting Clothes And Bikini Underwear Can All Overheat Your Testicles And Inhibit Sperm Production. Wear Loose Fitting Pants And Boxer Shorts. They Look Better, Too.

Avoid Riding Bicycles, Rough Sports Such As Football, Hockey, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Horseback Riding And Even Sex. When You’re Training For The Bedroom Olympics, Just Remember: Gentle Is Best When Your Goal Is A Baby.

Keep Stress Below Minimal. Chilling Out Can Power Up Your Potency. If You’re Exposed To Any Hazards Like Radiation Or Chemicals On The Job, Take A Break. Prescription Drugs Can Expose You To Fertility Problems. Seek Advice From Your Doctor.

Do You Need One More Reason? Quit Smoking. Kicking The Habit Now Can Help Your Family Out Later.

The Bottom Line Is, If You Commit Yourself To A Few Months Of Clean Living, Healthy Eating – Plenty Of Fruit, Vegetables, Whole Grains, Low-fat Dairy Products, And Lean Meats – And A Safe Lifestyle, You’ll Be In Top Shape To Father A Child.