Another key to infertility may be the man. Male infertility accounts for about one-third of them. Abnormal physiological structure, disease impact, and rejection of sperm may lead to infertility between couples.
Disease impact on Male Infertility
Testes that produce sperm may cause premature degradation of function due to long-term alcoholism or severe liver disease, diabetes, etc. The amount of sperm produced is scarce or even lacking.
Congenital dysplasia of the testis, failure of the testis to be reduced to the scrotum, inflammation of the testis, severe varicocele, malnutrition, drug effects that inhibit testicular function or male hormone secretion, etc., can all cause the testes to produce sperm. Seriously damaged. In addition, long-term mental stress will also affect male sperm production.
Abnormal physiological structure
The male reproductive tract through which sperm passes includes the epididymis and vas deferens. When these channels are blocked due to infection and inflammation, the sperm cannot be discharged normally. Hypospadias and congenital penile dysplasia in men can also affect the normal process of sperm discharge.
Rejection of sperm
This is a relatively rare case in which the body of the man or woman will reject the sperm. Due to some unknown factors, the body produces antibodies against sperm. These antibodies can directly destroy the sperm or cause the sperm to stick together so that it cannot move normally and enter the egg.
Some infertile couples may be involved in two factors, that is, sexual life is not coordinated. Due to illness or mental stress, men may cause impotence or Premature Ejaculation, and cannot send semen into the woman’s vagina normally.
The woman may be affected by the tension, coldness, pain during sexual intercourse, vaginal inflammation, or previous unpleasant sexual experience, which may affect the normal sexual behavior and even cause infertility.
Diagnosis and treatment of Male Infertility
There are many reasons for infertility, and it cannot be simply attributed to one of the couples. Instead, you should consult the relevant medical staff and carefully analyze the potential factors before you can treat them symptomatically. The doctor’s diagnosis method for infertile couples is to first carefully ask about the health status and carry out detailed physical examinations, usually the following examinations.
Diagnosis of Male Infertility
men, The man provides a semen sample and sends it to a special laboratory for measuring the number, morphology, and mobility of sperm. Insufficient sperm count, abnormal morphology, or weak mobility can cause infertility. At the same time, it will also detect whether the semen has antibodies against the sperm and whether the acid and alkali concentration of the semen is normal.
Women usually take blood tests to check the female hormones in the blood, especially the content of corpus luteum liposomes, to determine whether women have signs of ovulation. Sometimes through the ultrasound examination of the pelvis, the size and shape of the ovary can be observed, which is also helpful for accurate diagnosis.
When all of the above are normal, the doctor will arrange a special laparoscopy to directly assess the patency of the fallopian tube and whether the abdominal cavity is abnormal. This test requires general anesthesia, and then the endoscopic instrument is inserted into the abdominal cavity through the abdominal wall.
First to see if there is fiber hyperplasia and winding, compression of the fallopian tube, or nearby tumor compression. Then, the blue dye is injected from the cervix. If the fallopian tubes are clear, the dye will flow through the fallopian tubes and can be directly observed by the laparoscope.
Treatment of Male Infertility
Infertility depends on individual circumstances. If there is a potential cause, it can be corrected. If there are abnormal adhesions in the abdominal cavity, these adhesions can be removed by surgery to restore the patency of the fallopian tubes.
If you have pelvic inflammation, you need to take a sufficient amount of antibiotics to completely cure the infection, so as not to cause irreversible consequences. For women who fail to ovulate normally due to hormonal disorders, doctors will arrange for the injection or oral administration of hormone drugs on the appropriate days of the menstrual cycle to stimulate ovulation.
Artificial insemination is when the woman has normal fertility, but the man takes a measure due to poor semen quality, Erectile Dysfunction, or reproductive organ malformation, usually, the success rate of artificial insemination is 100 About fifteen to thirty.
If infertility is due to a couple’s sexual life disorder, you may need to consult the relevant psychologist to find out the underlying cause and make the correct treatment.