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There are various methods to treat the male infertility factors such as IUI, IVF, ICSI, Donor sperms etc. Most of the male infertility issues can be treated by using conventional methods such as taking medications which helps to increase sperms.

Infertility has customarily been considered as a lady’s issue. In any case, things being what they are, we men don’t get off that effortlessly. Around one out of each three instances of fruitlessness is because of the man alone, and we’re by one means or another required in barrenness about a fraction of the time.
A finding of male barrenness can be one of the hardest difficulties a man can confront. When male fertility is examined, a male factor “issue” is found in 30% of couples, and a contributing male factor is involved in 50% of couples. Besides being the cause of the problem, another reason to evaluate men for infertility is because it may be a symptom of significant but otherwise silent disease.

Male infertility Diagnosis And Treatment

After 12 months of trying to conceive,you should consult your gynecologist for a referral to a fertility specialist. A series of tests will need to be performed on you and your partner. They will give clues to the particular cause of your infertility and ultimately a treatment plan to overcome the problem.

Firstly, the specialist will look at both your medical histories. For the woman, this includes any previous pregnancies, regularity of periods, painful periods, pelvic pain, infections, or surgery. For the man this will include whether he has fathered children previously, testicular injury, developmental problems, infections, surgery and exposure to certain environmental factors.

A physical examination will also be performed which may include:

  • Blood tests. A series of tests will be performed to establish if there is a hormonal basis for your infertility that may be corrected by hormonal supplements. You may also be tested for rubella, blood group, sperm antibodies and sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.
  • Ultrasound examination. This examination will give information on what the ovaries and uterus look like. Your doctor will look at the growth of eggs, the thickness of the lining of the uterus (if thin, it can indicate hormonal problems), the presence of fibroids or polyps on the uterus, as well as signs of endometriosis or ovarian cysts. Surgical laparoscopey may also be used to identify endometriosis or blocked fallopian tubes.
  • Semen analysis. A semen sample from the man is required to assess the number of sperm, how well they swim (known as ‘motility’) and their fertilisation capacity.

Sperm and Semen analysis

If men have the lower number of normal sperm which means they have infertile and the same will be checked by his fertility expert.

Hormonal Imbalance

If men’s testosterone and estrogen hormones are imbalanced then it shows that men are infertile and this can be due to poor diet, lifestyle changes etc.


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Diagnosis And Treatment Options

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Although medical advice can get complex, for the most part, the discussion that you have with your doctor should make sense to you and you have a right to have all of your questions answered so that it does make sense to you.


Sperm production is hormonally driven. Brain hormones govern sperm production and are precisely controlled. The male genitalia are responsible for sperm and ejaculate production.


Oligospermia is a male fertility issue defined as a low sperm concentration in the ejaculate. Low sperm concentration or “sperm count” is the number of sperm in a prescribed volume of ejaculate


Azoospermia is the complete lack of sperm in the ejaculate. It occurs in 5% of infertile men. If this is the case, then one or both of two conditions may be present. Read more…

Testis Biopsy

A testis biopsy is helpful in many cases of azoospermia. If an evaluation of azoospermia is not clearly showing whether there is a problem with sperm production or one of a blockage in the ducts of the reproductive tract, then the next step is to examine the testis itself and assess sperm production.

Non-Surgical Male Fertility Treatment

Only about 20% of young men actually know the exact time to have sex during the female cycle to achieve a pregnancy. The critical period can be assessed by either basal body temperature charting or home kits that detect the LH surge in the urine immediately (24 hours) prior to ovulation.

Surgical Male Fertility Treatment

Surgical treatment options include varicocele repair, ejaculatory duct resection and vasectomy reversal. What is nice about surgical treatments for male infertility is that they can “cure“ the problem and allow for conception at home and not in the laboratory. Read more…

Sperm Mapping

Sperm Mapping is a technology that “maps“ the location of sperm in the testis. The technique is designed to benefit severely infertile men. It is a minimally-invasive, non-surgical procedure performed under local anesthesia in the office. With Sperm Mapping, Our Fertility specialists an determine if a man with azoospermia (no sperm in the ejaculate) is a candidate for sperm retrieval to have children. Sperm Mapping also helps to minimize invasive testis sperm retrievals and reduces the potential damage to the testis from these procedures.

Sperm Retrieval

Sperm retrieval procedures are designed to collect sperm from organs within the male reproductive tract. First developed in 1985, sperm retrieval combined with in vitro fertilization (IVF) and ICSI are invaluable for allowing infertile men without ejaculated sperm the opportunity to be fathers. Our Urologists and Fertility physicians have years of experience in sperm retrieval procedures and pioneered many popular retrieval, minimally invasive methods that are used today. Read more…

Available Treatments toTreat male Infertility



ICSI where a single sperm is directly injected into women each egg to facilitate fertilization and once the fertilization takes place the resulted embryo will be placed into women uterus.


IMSI is a variation of ICSI and it magnifies the sperm abnormalities up to 6000 times than ICSI and also has the increased success rate of the pregnancy as compared to ICSI.


PICSI is an additional method of selecting the best sperm for fertilization in the treatment of ICSI and it involves a transfer of only one single mature sperm into the women egg.


In TESA, the needle passes directly into the testis and remove the piece of tissue whereas, in MESA, the microsurgery is performed to locate the tubules of the epididymis, then a needle is inserted and a larger number of sperms are removed.

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: This treatment helps those couples who tried to conceive naturally for more than a year and unable to achieve the successful pregnancy.

Egg Donation

This is the best procedure at Go IVF surrogacy for those couples where women are unable to produce good quality of eggs and need assistance in conceiving a baby.


Go IVF surrogacy offered the surrogacy procedure to those couples where women are suffering from uterus or kidney disease and men with low or poor sperm count.

Egg Freezing

Women can freeze their eggs when they are young and can use their own eggs when they plan for their family in future.

Male Infertility

At Go IVF surrogacy we also treat the male infertility issues which are stopping fertile women to conceive.

Gynae Services

The gynae at Go IVF surrogacy will provide the best gynae services throughout your journey and also take your personal and medical care properly.


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Some word from our patients


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It was a great pleasure to visit Go IVF surrogacy, where the fertility experts help my husband by offering him the best procedure which is ICSI and after that procedure, we are able to have our own baby.


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Our great thanks to Go IVF surrogacy which offered us the best procedure which is IMSI as we already tried ICSI which not work for us, however, with IMSI we are able to take our baby home.


My all credit goes to Go IVF surrogacy for offering me with TESA/ PESA through which the fertility expert surgically obtain my sperm and fertilized with my wife’s egg to achieve the successful pregnancy.


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