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Male Infertility is a disease which lowers the chances of his female partner getting pregnant. SWCIC is the best in treating the male infertility issues. Make an appointment now and consult our fertility specialist to get male infertility treatment in Hyderabad.

Male Infertility
What is Male Infertility?
  • Male infertility is a health issue in a man that lowers the chances of his partner getting pregnant. Up to 15% of the couples are infertile which means they didn’t conceive a baby even when they had unprotected sex for a year. One-third of infertility is caused by male reproductive issues.
  • Male infertility is due to abnormal sperm function, blockage of sperm production, or low sperm production. Male infertility can be caused due to lifestyle choices, injuries, chronic health problems, illness, and other health problems.
  • Not having a baby is stressful, but there are number male infertility treatments available to improve fertility.
Symptoms of Male Infertility
  • Swelling, lump, pain in the testicle area
  • Sexual problems – Small amount of fluid ejaculated, difficulty with ejaculation, difficulty maintaining an erection, or reduced sexual desire. Retrograde ejaculation issues which means sperm enters the bladder instead of emerging out from the tip of penis.
  • Inability to smell
  • Recurrent respiratory infections
  • Breast growth
  • Poor sperm count
  • Decreased body and facial hair or other signs of hormonal abnormality
When to Consult a Male Infertility Specialist?
  • Consult a male fertility specialist when you didn’t get a baby after having unprotected sex for a year or more
  • Pain, lump or swelling in a testicle area
  • Sexual problems or prostate
  • A testicle, groin, penis or scrotum surgery
What Causes Male Infertility?
  • There are 4 common causes of infertility in males:
    • 1. A hypothalamic or pituitary disorder
    • 2. Sperm transport disorder
    • 3. Gonad disorder
    • 4. Unknown causes
  • Male infertility occurs due to abnormalities of sperm or problems with ejaculation. Sperm can be abnormal due to two reasons.
    • 1. The short life span of the sperm
    • 2. Low mobility
  • Sperm abnormalities can be caused by the following reasons:
    • Swollen veins in the scrotum
    • Testicles inflammation
    • Abnormally developed testicles
    • Reasons for Low Sperm Count
    • Use of drugs, alcohol or drugs
    • Hernia repairs
    • A genetic condition
    • Severe mumps infection after puberty
    • Hormonal disorder
    • Exposure to poisonous chemical and radiation
    • Injury in the groin are
    • Wearing tight or restrictive underwear
    • A blockage caused by an infection
Other Causes of Male infertility are including:
  • History of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s)
  • Usage of Certain medications
  • Urinary tract infection
How Male infertility is diagnosed?
  • Sperm analysis to diagnose the quality and number of sperm
  • A blood test to check hormonal imbalance or other infections
  • Collect a fluid from the penis to check for infections
  • Physical examination of scrotum, penis, and prostate
How Male Infertility is treated?
  • Infertile men will take medicines to increase sperm production
  • Taking antibiotics to cure the infections
  • Taking hormones to improve hormone imbalance
  • Wearing loose underwear
  • Avoid taking hot showers using hot tubs
  • Sperm production can be increased by taking clinically proven supplements.
  • If the man’s sperm count is low, then artificial insemination is the best option. Sperm is collected through many ejaculations and then manually placed into the woman’s uterus.
  • In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is another option to overcome male infertility. In this procedure, sperms and eggs are placed in an incubator in a laboratory. Then fertilization is occurred in the egg and is placed in a woman’s uterus.
  • If the test shows that there is no sperm count or other related infertility problems are presented, then use donor sperm to get a baby. In this procedure, donor sperm is obtained at a sperm bank and place that sperm in a female’s uterus through intrauterine insemination (IUI).