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Best-in-class Infertility Treatment Centre for Men

Hormone Problems | Low sperm count | male tubal blockage

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No Cuts.
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Painless.
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About Male Infertility

What is Male Infertility?

It is defined as the inability of the male partner to produce a pregnancy in a fertile female partner. Nowadays, male infertility is affecting for about 7-8% of the male population all over the world. It affects almost 7% of all men. Male infertility is a very common problem, and not being able to conceive a child can make one’s life stressful and devastating. It occurs due to various causes like a deficiency in the semen, and the quantity of semen is the determining parameters. However, there are a number of male infertility treatments are available.

Causes

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Alcohol and drug usage

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Tobacco smoking

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Consuming certain medications or undergoing medical treatments

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Severe depression

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Medical conditions like tumors and chronic illnesses

Symptoms

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Reduced sexual desire, difficulty with ejaculation

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Reduction in facial or body hairs

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Lower sperm count

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Swelling, Pain or a lump formation in the testicle areas

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Continuous respiratory infections

Treatment

Diagnosis

Diagnosing male infertility problems involves the following:

  • Physical examination and medical history of the patient
  • Analysis of Semen
  • Ultrasound of scrotum
  • Post-ejaculation urinalysis
  • Evaluation of Hormones
  • Testicular biopsy

Procedure

In cases of infertility problem, the female partner diagnosis and treatment is also necessary. This can help in the determination if she will require any specific treatments or if yes then it proceeds with assisted reproductive techniques, if appropriate. Treatment for male infertility include:

Medication & counselling: Antibiotic treatments may cure male infertility if there is an infection in the reproductive tract, but do not always restore fertility. Medication or counseling can help in the improvement of fertility in conditions such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.

Varicocele surgery: It can often be surgically corrected by repairing of an obstructed vas deferens. Prior vasectomies can be reversed. In cases, if there is no sperm present to ejaculate, sperm can often be retrieved directly from the testicles or epididymis.

Hormonal treatments and medications: Your doctor might recommend hormone replacement therapy or several medications in the cases where infertility is basically caused by the high or low levels of certain kinds of hormones or problems with the way your body is using hormones.

Assisted reproductive technology (ART): ART treatments are used for preparing the sperm by the normal procedure of ejaculation, surgical extraction technique or from the donor individuals. However, it depends upon the specific case and wish of the patient. The sperm is then inserted into the genital tract of the female or used to perform the in vitro fertilization or intra cytoplasmic sperm injection.

Prevention

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Reducing your stress levels and leading a healthy life.

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Avoiding exposure to pesticides, heavy metals and other toxins that may impact your fertility.

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By avoiding chronic smoking and limiting the use of alcohol.

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Prolonged heat on the testicles may lead to male infertility (avoid keeping the laptop on your lap for long periods)

Why Pristyn Care for Male Infertility?

World's most advanced surgery for Male Infertility

Pristyn Care specializes in providing the gold standard for Male Infertility. With our own team of doctors across 3 cities, we deliver personalized care according to your medical needs. Our easy admission to discharge process and world class infrastructure ensures a hassle free experience.

Patient Care

Patient Care

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Hassle-free experience

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All insurances accepted

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24*7 personal coordinator

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Post surgery Exercise and Diet plan

Experience

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Doctors specially trained in laser surgeries

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10+ years surgery experience

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10000+ surgeries done

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Vast network of Clinics, diagnostic center and hospitals

Advance Technology

Advance Technology

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Painless procedure with no cuts

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No recurrence

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USFDA approved laser proceedings

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Most Advanced Laser technology

Facilities

Facilities

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1- Day discharge

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No Cost EMI

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Free post surgery follow up

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Free Pick up & Drop Facility for surgery

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Hassle-free experience

done  

All insurances accepted

done  

24*7 personal coordinator

done  

Post surgery Exercise and Diet plan

done  

Doctors specially trained in laser surgeries

done  

10+ years surgery experience

done  

10000+ surgeries done

done  

Vast network of Clinics, diagnostic center and hospitals

done  

Painless procedure with no cuts

done  

No recurrence

done  

USFDA approved laser proceedings

done  

Most Advanced Laser technology

done  

1- Day discharge

done  

No Cost EMI

done  

Free post surgery follow up

done  

Free Pick up & Drop Facility for surgery

Most Frequently Asked Questions

Can a man get converted from infertile to fertile?

Usually, many males with very low sperm counts or abnormal semen are still fertile in action. And about 15% of infertile men also have normal semen and plenty of normal sperm. However, hormones are not the main cause of the problem in 97% of infertile men.

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What causes low sperm count in men?

The main physical causes may include varicoceles: which is known as the swelling of the veins that drains the testicles. These results in the reduction of the quality sperm, and is the most common reversible cause of male infertility. Some types of medications like steroids, antibiotics and cancer therapies can also be the cause low sperm count in men.

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Can women get pregnant with low sperm count?

An individual is considered to have a low sperm count if he has fewer than 15 million sperm per milliliter or less than 39 million sperm total per ejaculation. The chances of making your partner pregnant decrease with the decrement in sperm counts. Some men also do not have a single sperm in their semen.

How much a man produces sperms in a day?

The quantity of sperm cells that a man produces varies widely. Generally, it is said that men can produce between two milliliters and five milliliters of semen each time or per ejaculation and that each milliliter may contain from 20 million to 300 million sperm cells.

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