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Various Male Fertility Disorders

Male infertility could be due to various disorders.A comprehensive analysis will only determine the cause of male infertilty.Here are some male fertility  disorders.Read on to know about them.


Azoospermia

Azoospermia characterized by the absence of sperm is either due to an obstruction in the outflow system from the testicle, in the epididymis or vas deferens, or due to a failure in sperm production (spermatogenesis). If a biopsy of the testicle showed that spermatogenesis was normal, this would then indicate that an obstruction was the cause of his azoospermia. Vasograms, which are X-rays of the vas deferens can then be performed to identify the location of the obstruction.
 

Presence of Antibodies

Sometimes, a semen sample when seen under a microscope, will show sperm clumping. This may indicate the presence of sperm antibodies that are causing the sperm to stick together. A blood sample can be tested for the presence of agglutinating and other sperm inhibiting antibodies.
 

Klinefelter's Syndrome 

Very small testicles may be the manifestation of Klinefelter's Syndrome. This is caused by a chromosomal aberration. Thus, a chromosome investigation will show the presence of an extra X (female) chromosome.
 

Hormone Disorders

Hormone disorders are rare causes of male infertility, but it may sometimes be helpful to check his F.S.H., L.H., testosterone (male hormone), prolactin and thyroid hormone levels.
 

Bacterial Infection

The existence of an excessive amount of white blood cells in the semen sample may indicate that an infection may be reducing the ability of the sperm to fertilise an egg. The semen sample should then be cultured to determine the type of infecting bacterial organism.

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Kamal.3 years ago
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hassan muhammad.6 years ago
help me treatment in azosperm
 
 
 
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Sameer Aggarwal.7 years ago
can any one explain me, what are the effects of hormone disorder....
 
 
 
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Sunita Bhatia.7 years ago
if a male has this "klinefelter’s syndrome" is there a solution to it, for a female to conceive?
 
 
 
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SAMIT PATEL.7 years ago
is azoospermia curable ?
what's the next step to cure?
 
 
 
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rahul.7 years ago
i have both undecended testicles and azospermia. how can i have a baby?
 
 
 
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Sunil Shanbhag.7 years ago
is azoospermia curable ?
we have done the semen analysis twice, but there were no sperms. later, we did the biopsy, but the doctor, that there were lack of cells which produces sperms.
 
 
 
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Shobhit.7 years ago
is azoospermia curable? if yes please mention.
 
 
 
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