Male Infertility and Solution



Male Infertility is when a man is unable to get a fertile woman pregnant. Male Infertility is linked to chronic health condition like diabetes, heart disease and other metabolic disease. It is important to understand that male infertility may have more than just reproductive implications.

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Causes of Infertility

Main causes of Infertility

  • Unknown causes-40%
  • Gonad disorder-35-40%
  • Sperm transport-9-10%
  • Hypothalamo or pitutary disorder 5-7%
Main causes of Infertility

Sperm Production

  • Genetic causes
  • Infections
  • Varicocele
  • Radiation Damage
Sperm Production

Sperm Transport

  • Infection
  • Vasectomy
  • Prostrate related problems
Sperm Transport

Sperm Delivery (Ejaculatory) Problem

  • Premature ejaculation
  • Retrograde ejaculation
  • Delayed ejaculation
  • Prostrate Surgery
  • Medication
Sperm Delivery (Ejaculatory) Problem

Hormonal Problem

  • Tumor of hypothalamus
  • Intake of Testosterone
  • Lack of specific hormone by birth
Hormonal Problem

Immunologic Problem

  • Vasectomy
  • Injury or infection in the epididymis
  • Unknown cause
Immunologic Problem


  • Stop Smoking
  • Re-look into your medication
  • Limit Alcohol & Caffeine
  • Avoid Lubricants
  • Keep the Laptop away from your lap
  • Avoid Junk Food
  • Avoid hot bath tubs and Jacuzzi
  • Reduce Chemical exposure
  • Get adequate sleep
  • Maintain a healthy weight& Life

Infertiltiy Solutions

Solution needs to have a holistic perspective to have the desired effect.


  • Microsurgical varicocele ligation
  • Microsurgical vasectomy reversal
  • Surgery for ejaculatory duct blockage


  • Nutritional Supplements
  • Hormonal Treatment

Male Specific Assisted Reproduction

  • IUI
    IUI is useful in male infertility resulting from low sperm count or low motility. It is also useful in men with erectile and / or ejaculatory dysfunction and when a donor insemination is required. Refer to Infertility section for more information.
  • IVF with ICSI
    ICSI is the treatment of choice in azoospermic men wherein the sperm is surgically retrieved and men with severe semen abnormalities. Refer to Infertility section for more information.
  • PESA / TESA Sperms are retrieved either from the epididymis (PESA) or testes (TESA) in male infertility resulting from azoospermia and used for fertilization with egg using ICSI technique.

helps 60 – 90% of men with PE and require cooperation of both partners

Assisted Reproduction