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What are the treatments for male infertility?

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  1. What are treatments available for male infertility? Male infertility is the issue, because of which the female partner cannot get pregnant. There are several causes of infertility. Among those causes, one-third causes are because of male only. This happens because of low sperm production or low sperm delivery. That’s why Motherhood fertility centre, the famous IUI fertility clinic, ​test tube baby centre ​provides more importance to this sensitive issue of male infertility. The infertility specialists in Hyderabad researched this problem and find out its solution. Now, this centre is becoming the best male infertility treatment centre in Hyderabad. The treatment of male factor infertility depends on the causes of male infertility. The treatments are divided into 3 categories. 1. Non-surgical therapy for Male Infertility 2. Surgical Therapy for Male Infertility 3. Treatment for Unknown Causes of Male Infertility Non-Surgical Treatment for Specific Male Infertility Conditions Many ​treatment of male factor infertility ​problem can be treated without surgery. Anejaculation

  2. when there's no semen Anejaculation happens. It can be caused by: • spinal cord injury • prior surgery • diabetes • multiple sclerosis • abnormalities present at birth • another mental, emotional or unknown problems Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) CAH is one of the rare causes of male infertility. It includes flaws from birth in certain enzymes. This also causes abnormal hormone production. CAH is the most male factor infertility diagnosis and it is diagnosed by looking for enough steroid in the blood and urine. And it can be treated with hormone replacement. Genital Tract Infection Genital tract infection, it is rarely linked to infertility. In this problem, the ​male factor infertility diagnosis ​is done by a semen test. And In the diagnosis, white blood cells are found. White blood cells make excessive "reactive oxygen species" (ROS). This ROS lowers the chances of sperm being able to fertilize an egg. Surgical Therapy for Male Infertility Varicocele Treatments Varicoceles can be fixed with the help of minor outpatient surgery called varicocelectomy. Fixing these swollen veins helps the sperms to move. The numbers and structure of sperms also improved. Azoospermia Treatments If the semen is lagging sperm (azoospermia) due to a blockage, there are many surgical options are available. Treatment for Unknown Causes of Male Infertility

  3. Sometimes it is tough to find the causes of male infertility. But the infertility specialists in Hyderabad can figure out the actual cause as per their experience. Assisted Reproductive Techniques If the treatments of infertility fail, then there are a few ways to get pregnant without having sex. These methods are called assisted reproductive techniques (ARTs). Based upon the particular type of infertility, the health professional suggests: Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) For IUI process treatment, your health care provider places the sperm into the uterus of the female through a tube. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) In Vitro Fertilization treatment ​is when the egg of a female partner or donor is joined with sperm in a laboratory. In Vitro Fertilization treatment is used mostly for women with blocked fallopian tubes. But it's also being used in cases where the man has very severe and untreatable oligospermia (low sperm count). Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) ICSI treatment procedure ​is a variation of In Vitro Fertilization treatment. It has revolutionized the treatment of male infertility. In ICSI, a single sperm is injected into the egg with a tiny needle. Once the egg is fertilized fully, it's put inside the female partner's uterus. If you have no sperm in the semen caused by a block or testicular failure, then also ICSI can be utilized. Contact Us: Website: http://www.motherhoodfertility.com/ Email: motherhoodfertility@gmail.com Phone No: +91 9490026462