R eproduction is a very natural process experienced by most of the couples but for some couples it is difficult for them to conceive and have the happiness of giving a life to a new born baby.
In some cases, issues in the reproduction are faced due to infertility of male. The infertility A male infertility is dependent on the quality and quantity of the sperms . In cases, if the ejaculation of the sperms from the male is less or the quality is poor, if becomes difficult for them to conceive.
What happens in normal condition?
Symptoms of Male Infertility
In particular, there are no signs by which you can figure out male infertility. This is all because, the intercourse, erection of sperms, and their ejaculation occurs In a regular manner without facing any of the difficulties. The quantity, the look i.e. appearance of the sperms ejaculated in as usual when seen through the naked eye.
The problem can only be diagnosed by the medical test carried out in order to check if the male partner is fertile or not.
Causes of Male Infertility
Male infertility is found to be very common these days. Out of every 6 couples, 1 couple is found to have an infertile male partner. In order, to conceive and make your female partner get pregnant, you need to understand the causes due to which you are facing the problems of infertility. The causes of male infertility are:
- Inability to produce healthy sperms
- Carrying the sperm to semen
- Insufficient sperm present in the semen
- Inability of the sperm to move and function adequately
- Hormonal problems
- Sperm Antibodies
These all are the possible causes of the male infertility. If when overcome, the male infertility can be reduced to a large extent.
Diagnosis of male infertility
Male infertility can be diagnosed as a part of regular physical health checkup. The health checkup includes the medical history of the individual which can contribute to the male infertility.
The following tests listed below can be used to assess the male infertility as follows: