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Male infertility Prominent Symptoms and Treatment

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Male infertility Prominent Symptoms and Treatment

Usma Clinic / December 29, 2021

Male infertility – Symptoms

What is male infertility, and how does it manifest itself?

In most cases, having a baby is a straightforward and natural process. Some couples, on the other hand, may find it difficult to conceive a child at all.

Infertility in men is primarily determined by the quantity and quality of sperm you produce. Because of the low number of sperm, you ejaculate and the poor quality of those sperm, it will be difficult, if not impossible, to become pregnant in most cases.

If you've been trying to conceive for more than 12 months without success and you've been having sex at least twice a week, it's time to see a doctor about your options. If you are aware of any factors that could impact your ability to conceive a child, it is a good idea to seek assistance as soon as possible. When testing for reproductive problems, you and your partner should both be tested at the same time.

Disorders of the Sperm

The most frequently encountered difficulties are those associated with the production and growth of sperm. Sperm can do the following:

  • Unable to reach its full potential
  • Resemble an odd shape
  • Not moving in the proper direction
  • Be produced in minimal quantities (oligospermia)
  • Will not be produced at all (azoospermia)

Genetic characteristics can cause problems with sperm production. Changing one's way of life can hurt sperm count. Cigarette smoking, alcohol consumption, and the use of certain medications can all lower sperm counts. Many other histories can offer male infertility India like long-term illness (such as kidney failure), childhood infections (such as mumps), and chromosome or hormone issues (such as hypothyroidism) (such as low testosterone).

Damage to the reproductive system can result in a low or non-existent production of sperm.  A congenital disability or a problem such as an infection can result in a blockage in blood flow.

Varicoceles:

Varicoceles are swollen veins in the scrotum that are painful to touch. Sixteen out of every hundred men are found to have them. They are more common in infertile men than in non-infertile men (40 out of 100). They hurt sperm growth because they obstruct proper blood drainage. If you have varicoceles, blood may flow back into your scrotum from your abdomen. The testicles become too hot to produce sperm at this point. This can result in a decrease in sperm count.

 

Ejaculation in the Retrograde Direction:

Retrograde ejaculation is defined as when the sperm travels backward through the body. Instead of passing through your penis, they pass through your bladder. This occurs when the nerves and muscles in your bladder do not contract during an orgasmic experience (climax). Although the sperm in the sperm is expected, the sperm in the sperm is not released from the penis and therefore cannot reach the vagina.

Conclusion:

It is normal to experience emotional reactions when dealing with infertility. Consultations with a doctor, a sexual therapist, or a counselor can often be beneficial in alleviating any negative feelings you are experiencing. It can also be helpful to seek support from family, partners, and friends.