Male Infertility Treatment in Delhi
Delhi IVF & Fertility Research Centre is a leading clinic for Male infertility treatment. Most of the cases of male infertility are due to ejaculatory dysfunction. These disorders are characterized by failure of the male to deposit sperms into the vagina for some reason or the other.
Some of the Causes of Male Infertility are:
- Premature ejaculation.
- Retrograde ejaculation.
- Impotence or the inability to maintain an erection(diabetes)
- Excessive alcohol intake,
- Fatty diet,
- High blood pressure and the drugs used to treat high blood pressure.
Deficient Sperm Production
About 90%of couples with male infertility have the problem of the complete absence of sperms(azoospermia), or low sperm count (Oligospermia), poor quality of sperm or (Immotile sperms) or abnormal sperms. At Delhi IVF, even a few healthy sperms are enough to fertilize the eggs by Intra cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
Damage related to Cancer: Treatment for cancer, radiation therapy or chemotherapy can also impair sperm production sometimes. Removal of one of the testicles due to any disease like cancer also may affect male fertility. At Delhi IVF we can freeze and store sperms, before the treatment for cancer is initiated.
Infection: Around 30% to 75% of infertility in men, is due to some infection of the reproductive organs. The presence of anti-sperm antibodies, which assault and obliterate the sperms are normally a decent marker that an infection is present. Such diseases are typically treated with antibodies.
Ejaculatory Duct Obstruction presents with a low discharge volume on semen along with no sperm number or low sperm motility. Ejaculatory conduit impediment is the reason for fruitlessness in 1-5% of infertile men. Albeit abnormal, ejaculatory conduit block is determined and treated to have negligibly intrusive procedures. In some cases, there is the complete absence of vas deferens. At Delhi IVF we can overcome this problem by surgical procedures as TESA, MESA or TESE.
Some Other Factors May Contribute to Male Infertility Such As:
- Genetic problems.
- Infections of the testes (like tuberculosis, mumps, sexually transmitted diseases etc).
- Having medical treatment such as drug treatment, radiotherapy or surgery– for example, to correct a hernia, undescended testes or testicular torsion twisted testicles.
- Varicose veins.
- Also affected by lifestyle factors such as being overweight or having a job that involves contact with chemicals or radiation.