In cases of male infertility, the female partners’ diagnosis 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. The treatment for infertility in men 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.