Male Infertility center in ShaikpetMale infertility is a sexual health condition that lowers the chance of pregnancy that may require treatment at Best Male Infertility center in Shaikpet . Nearly 1 in 7 couples are not able to conceive even with unprotected intercourse for about a year. In nearly half of these numbers, male infertility plays a role that may require treatment at the Best Male Infertility center in Shaikpet. These problems mostly stem from sperm production or delivery from the male partner. HOW IS THIS DIAGNOSED? A definite cause for Infertility can never be determined. However, our highly skilled specialists at our Infertility center in Shaikpet will walk you through some of the options after an initial discussion and evaluation by the means of consultation and physical examination. SEMEN ANALYSIS Semen is collected at our facility which is then transferred to our state-of-the-art lab to assess for any abnormalities in the sample such as shape and motility along with checking for signs of possible infections.
Under anaesthesia, small tissues from the testicles are extracted and analysed in our labs for sperm count and production. If the results are normal, it is likely there is a blockage or another problem hindering the sperm transport.
Hormones play a vital role in sperm production and we conduct a series of blood tests to measure the levels of testosterone and other hormones to determine if this is the probable cause for infertility.
WHAT CAUSES MALE INFERTILITY?
Male Infertility can be due to an underlying health condition that’s hereditary, hormonal, dilated veins around the testicles or a condition that prevents sperm from being ejaculated. It can also be due to a variety of other reasons such as:
- Sexual dysfunction
- Varicoceles, a condition in which the veins on a man’s testicles are large and cause them to overheat. This may affect the number or shape of the sperm.
- Trauma to the testes after sperm production affects the sperm count.
- Use of certain medications.
- Cancer treatment such as chemotherapy, radiation or surgery.
- Medical conditions such as diabetes, cystic fibrosis, autoimmune diseases and infections may result in testicular failure.
- Improper function of the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus in the brain that results in hormonal imbalance causing little sperm or no sperm production.
- Genetic disorders disrupt sperm production or result in lower sperm count.