Decoding Male Infertilty

Decoding Male Infertility

Most couples patiently await the event of starting a family. Unfortunately, many couples struggle with infertility, which can negatively influence the experience. When a couple is having difficulty getting pregnant, the common societal misconception is that the woman is having difficulties. This is not true; in fact, studies show that male factor infertility accounts for approximately 40% of all infertility cases!

What Causes Male Infertility?

Male infertility can be caused by hormonal imbalances, illness, infection, reproductive anatomy injury, obstruction, or sexual dysfunction. These factors can have a temporary or permanent effect on sperm, preventing conception. The longer some disorders go untreated, the more difficult they are to treat. That is why it is critical to first establish a definitive diagnosis of what is causing your infertility.

How to deal with Infertility?

At Ashakiran Hospital, our goal is to help you realize your wish of having a child.  With extensive experience in the field of infertility, we treated many patients for both male and female infertility. Ashakiran Hospital also provides Male Infertility treatment in Pune.

We recommend that both partners be tested for infertility and that any obstacles that prevent you from becoming parents be addressed. And, if male factor infertility is the cause, you can be confident that our IVF specialists in Pune will find you the most effective treatment option.

Male infertility is typically caused by one of two factors: a deformity in the reproductive system caused by injury, infection, or disease, or problems with the sperm produced. In this section, we have defined briefly the various physical conditions that can affect male fertility.

Disorders of the Sperm

A sperm defect causes approximately 25% of all infertility, and a sperm defect is the main cause or a contributing cause in 40-50% of infertility cases. We also know that men with very low sperm counts can have children, whereas men with healthy sperm counts do not always. This indicates that the ability of sperm to fertilize an egg is more important than the number of sperm.

Defects and disorders of the sperm are usually on a molecular level – the sperm can be irregularly shaped, motile, or low in number, all of which can prevent the eggs from fertilizing.

Dr Ashish Kale works as an Infertility Specialist at Ashakiran IVF Centre to determine the cause of your infertility and plan treatment for you and your partner to achieve a successful pregnancy.

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