What is Male Infertility?
What is male infertility ?
Reproduction is a normal and common experience for every couple. But, for a few couples it is extremely hard to conceive.
A man’s fertility usually depends on the amount and nature of his sperm. In the event that the quantity of sperm a man discharges is low or if the sperm are of a low quality, it would be very difficult, and perhaps unimaginable, for him to bring about a pregnancy.
Male infertility case is analyzed when, after testing both accomplices, problmetic issues have been found in the male. Many hospitals in Lahore treat infertility and ZAIB Hospital is one of them.
How common man infertility is ….. ?
Infertility is a far reaching issue. For around one in five barren couples the issue lies exclusively in the male accomplice.
It is assessed that one in 20 men has some sort of infertility issue with low quantities of sperm in his discharge. However, just around one in each 100 men has no sperm in his discharge.
What are the symptoms of the male infertility ……?
Much of the time, there are no conspicuous indications of infertility. Intercourse, erections and discharge will generally happen without trouble. The amount and appearance of the discharged semen by and large seems ordinary to the bare eye.
Medical tests are expected to see whether a man is fertile.
What are the causes of the man’s infertility……?
Male infertility is normally brought about by issues that influence either sperm creation or sperm transport. Through medicinal testing, the specialist might have the capacity to discover the reason for the issue.
Around 66% of barren men have an issue with making sperm in the testicles. Either low quantities of sperm are made or potentially the sperm that are made don’t work appropriately.
Sperm transport issues are found in around one in each five fruitless men, including men who have had a vasectomy however now wish to have more youngsters. Blockages (frequently alluded to as hindrances) in the tubes driving sperm far from the testicles to the penis can bring about an entire absence of sperm in the discharged semen.
Different less basic reasons for fruitlessness include: sexual health issues that influence whether semen can enter the lady’s vagina for preparation to occur (one in 100 barren couples); low levels of hormones made in the pituitary organ that follow up on the testicles (one in 100 fruitless men); and sperm antibodies (found in one in 16 fruitless men). In most men sperm antibodies won’t influence the possibility of a pregnancy yet in a few men sperm antibodies decrease richness.
Antibodies (found in one in 16 infertile men). In most men sperm antibodies will not affect the chance of a pregnancy but in some men sperm antibodies reduce fertility.
Sperm production problems:
- Chromosomal causes
- Genetic causes
- Chemical causes
- Undescended testes(failure of the testes to descend at the birth)
- Radiation damage
- Unknown causes
Blockage of sperm count :
- Prostate gland infections
- Prostate gland problems
- Absence of vas deferens
Sex problems (penile erection and ejaculation issues) :
- Retrograde ejaculation
- Premature ejaculation
- Failure of ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Infrequent intercourse
- Improper sexual activities
- Injury to spinal cord
- Prostate surgery
- Nerve damage
Hormonal issues :
- Tumors in pituitary glands
- Lack of LH hormone
- Lack of FSH hormone
- Pituitary problems from birth
- Anabolic steroid abuse
Sperms antibiotics :
- Injury in epididymis
- Infection in epididymis
- Unknown cause