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Male Infertility & Its Symptoms

Male infertility is a condition where a man has lower chances of making his female partner pregnant. It is a widely known problem both in males and females. However, in males, certain blockages in the testicle tube can prevent ejaculation.

There are a lot of responsible factors. But the obvious ones depend on the quality of sperms, sperm count, and other hormonal changes. This is the major reason leading to failure in conception. In some situations, an unnoticed problem like hereditary disorder dilated veins near the testicles, or an abnormality that blocks the flow of sperms can also lead to the ailment. Often, there might not be a particular symptom showing male infertility. Besides the inability to conceive a child, a thorough diagnosis can help identify the actual cause.

Signs and symptoms you may come across are:

Problems with ejaculation, little to no sexual desire, challenging maintaining erection, fewer volumes of fluid ejaculated. Lump, pain, or swelling in or near the testicles Repeated respiratory infections Difficulty in smelling Awkward breast growth (Gynecomastia) Decreased body hair or other signs, including hormonal abnormality A lower sperm count

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About Male Fertility

From hormonal imbalances to physiological problems, male infertility has various causes. An unhealthy lifestyle also plays an important role in male infertility. 

  • Obesity
  • Increasing age
  • Increased alcohol intake 
  • Bad smoking habits
  • Taking drugs
  • Certain steroids or medications
  • Ineffective sperm production
  • Increased testicular temperature
  • Sexually transmitted infection
  • Exposure to radioactive hazards and environmental toxins like pesticides, paint, lead
  • Anemia
  • Excessive stress
  • Insufficient Vitamin C and Zinc in your diet
  • Firm testicles, usually smaller in size
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • No interest in sex
  • Varicocele
  • Inflammation or swelling in the testicles
  • Testicular pain
  • Diagnosis through physical examination- semen analysis, post ejaculation urinalysis
  • Diagnosis tests for both male and female 
  • Antibiotics and counseling
  • Hormonal treatment that includes hormone replacement 
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Treatment for Male Infertility
Diagnosis

Male infertility is diagnosed based on symptoms. It is analyzed by a physical medical examination. Sometimes, doctors also ask for a patient’s past medical health. Post this, a few tests are done for diagnosing the ailment accurately. These comprise:

  • Semen checkup and testing
  • Ultrasound of scrotum
  • Urinalysis 
  • Hormonal tests
  • Testicle biopsy
Treatment Procedure

Male infertility also requires the female partner to be diagnosed. This is helpful to understand whether or not she requires any therapy. If the woman is also diagnosed with problems, your gynecologist might recommend reproductive tests to be done. If not, this step is skipped. 

Treatment for Male Infertility: 

Counseling and medicines: In the initial stages, male infertility can be fixed with antibiotics’ help. Infections in the reproductive tract can be healed using certain antibiotics. Besides this, counseling with your doctor also takes your treatment a step ahead and reduces erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation. 

Hormonal treatment: Your doctor may ask for hormone replacement therapy. However, this happens only if hormonal imbalance is the sole reason for infertility.
IVF Treatment: IVF fertility treatment will be available for male infertility as well, but only in the most severe cases of infertility.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Any kind of disorder ranging from the kidney to testicular cancer can cause male infertility. For example, metabolic disorders ranging from fever to infections can also impair the production and quality of sperm. Other than this, sexually transmitted diseases can lead to blockages of the reproductive tract, whereas genetic factors, like fibrosis, lead to decreased sperms.
Sperm health can improve if you maintain a healthy BMI, include a healthy diet, and exercise regularly. Drinking water in moderation and taking vitamin supplements also help. Taking a multivitamin dose can also improve sperm health. Take zinc, folic acid tablets. Zinc can help multiply sperm count, whereas folic acid reduces sperm abnormalities.
Yes, many surveys done in the past show that with increasing age, male fertility decreases. Other genetic issues that can be responsible are abnormal chromosomes and sperm fragmentation, resulting in male infertility and requiring proper diagnosis.
Yes, most infertility treatments are covered under insurance. In vitro fertilization is one infertility treatment that is specifically covered under insurance. This treatment is meant for men who have low sperm counts. At Treat Pa, we can help manage your insurance claim within 24 hours. Our medical assistant will take care of the paperwork, filling up the form, and filing the claim.
At Treat Pa, you get access to top-rated hospitals, clinics, and surgeons in our network. Our medical coordinator will help you identify the best male infertility hospital near you. Additionally, you can also compare rates amongst top hospitals and select the one that best suits your needs and budget.
Depending on your diagnosis, your doctor will provide you with certain medications, suggest lifestyle changes, and any other recommendations required for the treatment. If there is a need for surgery or hormone replacement, your doctor will move ahead with the same. All you need to do is stick to a routine and maintain a healthy lifestyle, and you will easily recover from male infertility.
Yes, it does. Men who smoke cigarettes heavily have low semen concentration, increased sperm DNA damage, decreased motility, and poorly shaped sperms. This altogether decreases sperm health and disrupts hormone balance. The least you can do is quit smoking to better the quality of sperm count, quality and concentration.
Your doctor may suggest you not have sex for 2 to 5 days before the semen analysis. This way, your sperm count will be higher. However, do not skip ejaculation for more than 14 days. This might result in less active sperms. Also, avoid drinking alcohol before you go for the test. In case you are on Ayurvedic or other supplements, do inform your doctor. Avoid lubricants while collecting a sample for the test as it affects how naturally your sperm moves.
Studies have shown a lowered sperm count from wearing tight-fitting underwear. The reason is the temperature of the testicles. To produce a healthy and rich quantity of sperms, the temperature of testes must be lower than normal body temperature. This is the reason testes are present outside the body. And when you wear tight briefs, testes get over-heated, thereby resulting in an inability to produce sufficient sperm count.
The condition you are speaking of is known as varicocele. And it could affect male fertility. So, if you feel pain or swelling, find testicles of different sizes or develop a varicocele at a young age, contact your doctor immediately. Testicular pain requires treatment as soon as possible.

Overview

Overview of Male Infertility

Just like women, men also experience infertility. In most cases, it becomes impossible for a man to impregnate his female partner.  Male infertility occurs because of abnormal sperm. Or the sperm may be deformed. The problem can be caused because of testicular infection, varicocele, testosterone deficiency, or some medications. Ignoring the signs could cause serious consequences. Thus, it is advisable to see an infertility doctor as soon as you experience symptoms like erectile dysfunctioning, swelling, pain in the testicles, changes in hair growth, inactive sex life, and so on. 

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