How Common a Problem is Male Factor Infertility?

October 3, 2019 by ivfsurrogacyin0
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Infertility is defined as one of the hormonal disorders that occur in men and women, who in turn unable to conceive in the natural way. If a couple is trying hard to achieve pregnancy for more than 12 consecutive months and unable to give birth to a newborn, then the concerned couple is required to seek the best medical advice without any delay.

If a couple is unable to conceive, it’s always not the matter of female’s egg quality; it can also be the issue of the male fertility as well. It’s old thinking that a woman is supposed to be infertile when struggling to have a baby. Grow up! We are living in the modern era of the 21st century, here males and females are given equal rights.

Infertility, although it was supposed to be the women’s issue a few decades back. If talking about today’s era, 55-57% of the couple’s pregnancy, male factor infertility is involved. Usually, 40% – 45% of all males have infertility issues impregnating their partners. Therefore, when a couple is facing trouble achieving pregnancy, then the evaluation of both- man and women should be done.

Different medical conditions and other external factors also contribute to fertility issues, and some of the cause of infertility case is unexplained. Unexplained or unknown infertility issue occurs when the male has everything normal (in the evaluation test) still unable to impregnate his partner.  Approximate, one-third of the infertility cases are set off due to the male reproductive issues, whereas, one third is associated with the female reproductive issue and one-third by both- men and women or by unexplained infertility issue. All in all, male factor infertility is nowadays prevalent and a common problem these days.

When to seek Medical Guidance

You need to seek medical guidance when you have been trying to impregnate your partner after a year of regular and unprotected intercourse. You can find the doctor’s help when –

  • You do have ejaculation issues
  • Very low sex drive
  • Problems with the sexual function
  • Swelling in the testicle area
  • Pain or discomfort in the testicular area
  • Prostate issues
  • You have undergone a major surgery
  • Penis, testicle or scrotum surgery

How is Male Infertility diagnosed?

A male, if facing infertility issues, need to know what exactly fertility problem he has. To see the cause of infertility, there is some diagnostic process in which a man undergoes a thorough physical examination, medical history, etc. The very next step is sperm evaluation, also referred to as a semen analysis test.  This is the test, which is performed inside the lab under the guidance of the fertility team.

For the semen analysis test, a male provides his semen sample to the centre for the evaluation. The lab will monitor the sperm count in the seminal fluid, check the morphology of the sperm, and also the movement of the sperm (are the sperms moving in a motile way or not). These tests are done to determine sperm quality and health.

Fertility Treatments that help with male factor Infertility?

There are several ways of treating male infertility issues. The exact method depends on the source of the male fertility problem. Let’s look into some of the male infertility treatments

  • IUI Technique –

This is one of the male fertility treatments, where washed sperm is directly placed into the uterus. During IUI treatment, a semen sample is submitted by the male partner to the centre for the next procedure. IUI is the primary male fertility treatment, where minor fertility issues are solved.

In the process of IUI, the semen sample received by the male partner is washed by a unique technique. After washing the sperm, the sperms are out of any impurity and dirt substances; it thus helps the couple to conceive. IUI can be done with or without stimulation medication. If medication is not used then the washed sperm is transferred into the female’s uterus at the time of her ovulation. Ovulation is either determined by the ovulation predictor kit or estimated by the cycles (if the female has a regular menstruation cycle). IUI is recommended when a male has underlying fertility issues.

  • IVF treatment with ICSI –

IVF is one of the advanced therapies of the Assisted Reproductive Technique (ART) and is used to eliminate the tag of childlessness from one’s life. During the IVF technique, eggs are retrieved from the female partner and mixed with the sperms. If the male has an issue in his semen or sperm quality, then the expert will apply the ICSI technique with IVF.

During ICSI, a single sperm is injected into each egg (retrieved through the procedure of IVF) directly. ICSI is the process where the expert chooses the most motile and active sperm for direct insertion. ICSI is the best technique for men who have low sperm count or less mobility.

  • IVF-ICSI with Surgical Sperm Retrieval way –

SSR or Sperm Surgical Retrieval procedure is a process, in which sperms are surgically collected from the male’s reproductive part (such as testes, epididymis). This process is accomplished with the technique of IVF-ICSI.

SSR is performed when a male is supposed to have no sperm in his semen ejaculation.

Who We Are –

Go IVF Surrogacy is one of the fastest and growing healthcare sites that serve the best medication in the fertility domain. We are specialized in providing a decent success rate of IVF treatment. Also, we provide all the exceptional amenities all through the way of the couple’s infertility. The team of Go IVF Surrogacy will first analyze the couple’s (whether male or female) infertility case, and then the specialist will evaluate which treatment supposed to be applied.

 

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