Male Fertility refers to man’s ability to impregnate his female partner. In other words, it is the ability of a healthy sperm to impregnate a healthy egg to form zygote/ embryo that can results in an offspring. The lack of this ability is referred to as Male Infertility, especially when the female partner is capable of conceiving. Unlike the women, male infertility is often related to many other factors other than age. The chances of having a baby for a man is higher before the age of 40
Making mature, healthy sperm that can travel depends on many things. Problems can stop cells from growing into sperm. Problems can keep the sperm from reaching the egg. Even the temperature of the scrotum may affect fertility. These are the main causes of male infertility:
Causes of male fertility can be hard to diagnose. The problems are most often with sperm production or delivery. Diagnosis starts with a full history and physical exam. Your health care provider may also want to do blood work and semen tests.
Listed below are the methods of treatment available for female infertility at our centre.