Male infertility is increasing day by day due to late marriages, stress, genetic abnormalities, low sperm count and genital infections. The treatment of male infertility in delhi at Dr Ashish’s clinic is performed as per the cause of infertility. The reason behind the infertility is treated and if the treatment is not possible then the sperms are retrieved for the assisted reproduction procedures. Sperm extraction techniques are a breakthrough in reproductive medicine as they give a chance to the male to become the biological father of their child. This spares the need of a sperm donor to make your partner pregnant.
Causes of Male infertility
- Infection in genital area
- Erectile dysfunction (inability to initiate or maintain an erection required for sexual intercourse)
- Varicocele (tortuous bulbous veins in the scrotum that prevent the proper sperm flow)
- Obstructed Vas Deferens
- Testosterone deficiency
- Retrograde ejaculation of sperms (the sperms travel in the opposite direction)
- Azoospermia (absence of sperm in the semen)
- Oligospermia (low sperm count)
- Less sperm motility (Sperm are not mobile enough to reach the egg in time, known as asthenospermia)
- Spinal injury or Paralysis (the patient is not able to ejaculate due to spinal damage)
- Vasectomy (sterilization procedure makes the person infertile)
Treatment of Male infertility in Delhi
1. Sperm Retrieval Techniques
In this treatment the sperms are retrieved either surgically or by the non-invasive methods. These sperms are then used in assisted reproduction techniques like IVF or IUI etc. It can be done by the following methods –
2. Varicocele Treatment
- Electroejaculation – General anesthesia is given to the patient. Then a probe is inserted in the anus of the patient and a sine wave is introduced. This creates an erection as well as ejaculation. The sperms are then collected to use for IVF or IUI etc.
- Micro TESE – Testicular sperm extraction treatment is particularly useful for retrograde ejaculation treatment as well as for the patients who don’t have any sperms in their semen. These patients normally have pockets of sperms in their testicles. So after giving general anesthesia to the patient, these tiny pockets from the testicles are removed. The sperms are then harvested from these testicular pockets. These are then used to make the partner pregnant.
- PESA – Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA) is a simple procedure and is particularly useful for patients facing vas deferens blockage. In this minimal invasive procedure, the sperms are aspirated by inserting a needle in the epididymis. These sperms are then used to create a pregnancy.
- TESA – Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA) involves aspirating the sperms from the testicles by inserting a needle. These sperm are then used for assisted reproduction procedures.
These tortuous veins are ligated by the andrologist by a simple ligation procedure. This improves the cosmetic appearance and the flow of sperm dramatically. This increases the chances of treating male infertility many folds. Read more…
3. Vasectomy Reversal
Vasectomy is the sterilization procedure where the vas deferens tube is cut and folded to stop the flow of sperms in the urethra. This procedure can be reversed to make the male fertile again. Vas deferens is reconnected to ensure the free flow of sperms. It is a microsurgery and an experienced, skilled microsurgeon is required to do it meticulously. Read more…
4. Erectile Dysfunction Treatment
Erectile dysfunction or impotence can also be a reason for infertility in males. As it doesn’t allow the couple to have sex till ejaculation. This needs to be treated to treat the infertility. Read more…
5. Medicines & Dietary Advice
Medicines are given to increase the blood supply in genital areas and to treat testosterone deficiency. Dietary advice is also given to the patients who have unexplained infertility without any pathology.