Azoospermia is a medical condition in which a man’s semen carries no sperm. It is connected to infertility, but many are positively responsive to treatments.
A lot of couples do not have any symptoms indicating male infertility and they do not have any reason to suspect infertility until they start trying to have a family and conceive.
Earlier, people used to believe that infertility is only for women, but now with the changing mindset, people are aware of the fact that it can be with men too. To handle such sensitive and personal issue, there are fertility centres all across the globe.
What is the meaning of male infertility?
Male infertility is the condition where there is less or complete absence of sperm in the semen. This condition is commonly known as azoospermia. According to studies, it is the most severe manifestation of male factor infertility.
It is an accepted fact that women can have fertility problems or be completely infertile. It is a little difficult for society to believe and accept male infertility.
How does infertility affect men?
Male fertility is not talked about even with doctors because of its association with the heavy social stigma.
It is the blame more than the actual infertility issue which can cause very low esteem in men. The knowledge that a man has fertility problems can cause guilt, anxiety, depression and stress. There are possibilities that these symptoms can further cause psychogenic impotence and aggravate the existing psychological issues and encompass potency, masculinity issues and cause sexual inadequacy.
Depression, some medications, excessive fatigue, stress, relationship concerns, social interaction and complications are some psychological causes of impotency. A man must consult a fertility specialist for identification of Azoospermia Treatment.
Also, a little exercise and a change in diet may
help. Eating healthy and staying fit can resolve many issues. Avoid
Processed Meats, Trans fats, Soy products, Pesticides, High-fat dairy products
and consult a nutritionist for dietary information.
There are two types of Azoospermia – Obstructive and non-obstructive
According to fertility and reproduction experts, obstructive azoospermia can be genetic, congenital or acquired through infections of the testicles. In non-obstructive azoospermia the testis cannot produce sperm.
Male infertility caused by Azoospermia is a very treatable condition. Visit us, to get the best treatment for you.
Treatment options for Azoospermia :
- Hormone Treatment
- Unassisted Conception
Male infertility is not a major obstacle for having your progeny and starting your family. All you need to do is mentally accept the fact as a minor ailment which can be successfully treated.
Juhi Fertility Centre has a state of the art lab and qualified and expert specialists for infertility treatments not only for females but also expert care for men.