The male partner may have low sperm count or non-motile sperm or their motility may be poor or they may be abnormally shaped. The males may also have a problem with delivering sperm in the female genital tract. That’s why fertility treatment for men is required. Motherhood fertility centre is not only famous for the female factor infertility but also it is one of the outstanding male fertility clinics in Hyderabad. Among various fertility centres in Hyderabad, it is a popular clinic for male infertility treatment in Hyderabad.The male infertility specialist is taking all care of yours in this clinic.
Semen Analysis: in the Semen Analysis clinic in Hyderabad, the Semen Analysis Doctor takes the semen sample, which is used to determine the fertility of male. The semen analysis is also called as “seminogram”. In this process, the Semen Analysis Doctor evaluates some properties of a male’s semen and the quality of sperm contained therein. The Semen Analysis test in Hyderabad is done to help evaluate male fertility, whether for those seeking pregnancy or verifying the success of vasectomy.The Semen Analysis treatment in Hyderabad requires a masturbation specimen, collected in a sterile container provided by the laboratory.
Morphology: Sperm appearance, its structural examination is not done by most of the labs, but we are doing it in our Motherhood Fertility Centre, one of the best male fertility clinics in Hyderabad. It is the best predictor for sperm function. Even if a semen analysis has been done elsewhere, we may request a repeat test in our lab.
Semen survival test: The ability of sperm to survive in the female genital tract can be assessed by this test. Washed and prepared semen is kept under co2 with body temperature in the incubator for 24 hours and check the latter to assess the sperm survival in the female genital tract. All the process is conducted by the best infertility specialist in Hyderabad.
Oligozoospermia: sperm count less than normal is called oligozoospermia.
Asthenozoospermia: decreased motility of sperms is called Asthenozoospermia.
Teratozoospermia: Abnormal structure of sperms is called teratozoospermia
Azoospermia: it includes the absence of sperms in semen is called azoospermia.
Usually, the above abnormalities are present in various combinations. In the ivf hospital in Hyderabad, these abnormalities are caused by the following defects in the male reproductive system.
Undescended testis: Occurs when the testis fails to descend from the abdomen into the scrotum during fetal life. This leads to the total absence of sperm production.
Varicocele: This procedure involves dilated and tortuous testicular veins which contain stagnated blood. This leads to impaired sperm production in testes.
Hydrocele: This consists of a collection of fluid in coverings around the testis. This may lead to impaired sperm production.
Infection of testis (Orchitis): This can be caused by sexually transmitted diseases, prostatitis, urethritis, etc.
Genetic diseases: Chromosomal disorder such as Klinefelter’s syndrome, which is having 47xxy karyotype and can cause low sperm count or azoospermia.
Sperm antibodies: Sperm antibodies can form in an individual’s blood that can lead to infertility.
For male infertility treatment in Hyderabad, these causes are very much important.
Impaired delivery of sperms to the female genital tract can be due to:
Blockage of epididymis or ejaculatory ducts
Spinal cord problems
These problems are severe injury or major surgery involving the male reproductive system. The male infertility specialist in Hyderabad suggests various ways for the male infertility treatment in Hyderabad.
Medical conditions can be involved with infertility like Diabetes /Disorders of adrenal glands / Disorders of pituitary gland /Thyroid disorders / HIV/AIDS / Genetic diseases / Liver or kidney failure.
Because of successful male infertility treatment in Hyderabad although the men are facing dangerous diseases, Motherhood fertility centre is considered as the best fertility centre in Hyderabad.
Common sexual problems in men:
Loss or less libido
Causes: Sexual problems can be a result of disorder in physically or psychologically.
Erectile dysfunction or Impotence:
Definition: The erectile dysfunction doctors in Hyderabad find out that if a male is unable to attain and or maintain an erection suitable for intercourse, then he should go to an erectile dysfunction clinic in Hyderabad for erectile dysfunction treatment.
Causes: After several investigations, the erectile dysfunction doctors in Hyderabad find out the actual cause of erectile dysfunction. After knowing the actual cause they go for erectile dysfunction treatment in Hyderabad to iui centres in Hyderabad. Atherosclerosis [hardening of the arteries] affects blood flow. Stress / Psychological factors / Nerve disorders / Depression / Chronic illness / Injury to the penis / Performance anxiety / Peyronie’s disease scar tissue in the penis.
Ejaculation disorders: There are 4 types of disorders:-
Premature ejaculation – It occurs before or soon after penetration
Inhibited or retarded ejaculation – Inhibited or retarded ejaculation is delayed &/or slow to occur
Retrograde ejaculation – At orgasm the ejaculate is forced back into the bladder rather than through the urethra and out the end of penis.
Anejaculation – absence of ejaculation
The male infertility specialist in Hyderabad present in male fertility clinics in Hyderabad also concerns about ejaculation. It is one of the major reasons for male infertility.
Loss of Libido: Decrease in sexual desire or interest in sexual activity.
Assessment of male infertility:
Semen analysis: Semen analysis is the most important and easy investigation for the male partner. The Semen Analysis Doctor in Hyderabad suggests having abstinence of at least three days before giving semen for examination in a Semen Analysis clinic in Hyderabad.
Semen is usually given by masturbation in a sterile semen collection container in the laboratory.
Analysis of semen usually includes the following components:
Semen volume – can be considered as the total amount of semen in a single ejaculation.
Sperm concentration – can be considered as the number of sperms present in one ml of semen.
Sperm motility – can be considered as the ability of sperm to move.
Morphology – indicates the structure of sperms.
Minimal requirements for male fertility:
Semen volume: more than 1.5 ml
Sperm concentration: more than 15 millions/ml
Total sperm count: more than 38 millions/ml per ejaculate
Motility : more than 40% sperms having grade 3 to 4 motility( forward progression)
Morphology : more than 30% normal sperms
After the tests, the Semen Analysis treatment has occurred
Evaluation of male hormones:
Testosterone, Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), Luteinising hormone (LH),
Prolactin (PRL), Dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate (DHEAS), Thyroid hormones (T3, T4, TSH)
Scrotal sonography & Color Doppler:
This can diagnose hydrocele, hernia or varicocele.
After the Semen Analysis test in Hyderabad, when a semen analysis shows the absence of sperms in repeated semen samples and testicular size is normal, and then a testicular biopsy is normally indicated to know the actual cause of azoospermia problem. In this small piece of one or both testis is taken for histopathological examination under local or general anesthesia. The Semen Analysis Doctor in Hyderabad gives the anesthesia to the male partner.
The Semen Analysis test in Hyderabad is done when some genetic disorder is suspected in a male partner or in patients with severe sperm defects. This is also required before proceeding for IVF or ICSI. For the test, you can go to an IVF centre in Hyderabad.
Surgical retrieval of sperms for ICSI:
In the Semen Analysis clinic in Hyderabad, when a semen analysis shows absent sperms but testicular biopsy shows the production of sperms in the testes, the Semen Analysis Doctor in Hyderabad uses various surgical sperm retrieval techniques to retrieve the sperms from testes or the collection system for the Semen Analysis treatment. To achieve the pregnancy, ICSI treatment is done with all these surgically retrieved sperms. These techniques are:
Testicular sperm aspiration (TESA)
Testicular sperm extraction (TESE)
Percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration (PESA)
Microepididymal sperm aspiration (MESA)
Vas deferens aspiration (VDA)
All the procedures of fertility treatment for men are done in our Motherhood fertility centre, the best fertility centre in Hyderabad. Because of its success rate, the centre is becoming one of the leading male fertility clinics in Hyderabad.
When we listened about infertility, then a picture of a man cannot come to our mind. But it is a surprising fact that 30% of the infertility cases are related to male factor infertility. In a recent study by the, it is showed that only 41% of male infertility specialist in Hyderabad considered a urological evaluation of male partner and only 24% would refer to the urologist before doing a semen analysis. Infertility is a problem for both the partners, so face infertility like a team.
Many men, who are doing male factor infertility diagnosis, they face an emotionally tough journey. Some people also face a feeling of guilt, anger, and low self-esteem. It is important to understand that the male partner may be experiencing much emotional pain, but he should understand that condition of the woman, whose self-worth and feminity is wrapped up by infertility issues. A couple facing infertility issues, maybe it is male factor infertility or female factor infertility, they should support each other and concerned with fertility centres in Hyderabad as soon as possible.
Male factor infertility diagnosis:
Consult with a male infertility specialist in Hyderabad or urologist. You can take help of the best infertility specialists in Hyderabad in Motherhood fertility centre. For men, it is the toughest part of the course. The malefactor diagnosis should be done by an urologist, who is specialist in fertility treatment for men in Hyderabad. Because male factor infertility diagnosis and treatment of Male Factor Infertility methods in the male fertility clinic including technically challenging sperm retrieval procedures need special training as well as expertise. If you are thinking that you are suffering from male factor infertility, then you both partners should have a necessary and male factor infertility diagnosis before the beginning of any infertility treatment.
Some other things to consider:
Male infertility issue may sometimes the initial symptom of significant medical problems like brain tumours, the disease of the thyroid gland, diabetes, many sclerosis problem, and genetic diseases. It is also a growing concern that male infertility factor may actually be an initiator of testicular cancer because the male infertility factor is found more in more infertile men than in general people. So, be cautious and when you are doing male factor infertility diagnosis, do testicular cancer screening also. Otherwise anyone can go to surrogacy centres in Hyderabad for further help.