Infertility in Men Can be Led by Three Factors

Author: john
Time: 2019/4/13 15:32:58

Infertility in Men Can be Led by Three Factors

Male infertility may be caused by excessive mental pressure, or the blockage of the vas deferens. Men should be alert to physical diseases, understand the specific causes and take appropriate treatment after the diagnosis. Inability for childbearing can also be caused by poor sperm quality. Usually, we should eat more nourishing food to improve the quality of sperm production.

Cause 1: Vas deferens obstruction

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A small number of men have obstructed vas deferens, which prevents sperm from entering. The epididymis is a coiled tube that stores and transports sperm produced by the testis; the vas deferens are two tubes that transport the sperm to be ejected from the epididymis. If these channels are blocked or damaged, they can prevent sperm from reaching your wife's eggs successfully. Infection, injury, congenital defect or vasectomy can lead to vasectomy.

1. Possible symptoms: none.

2. Possible treatments: surgical repair of obstructed parts or vasectomy.

3. Success rate: After vasectomy, about 80% to 90% of men could produce sperm, and 40% to 50% of couples will conceive successfully in a year or two.Successful fertility rates using standard in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) depend on specific fertility problems and wives'age.

Cause 2: Varicocele

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Varicocele refers to the expansion of the veins in the scrotum, similar to varicose veins in other parts of the body, which can increase the temperature in the testis, thus affecting sperm production.

1. Possible symptoms: none. This problem is usually found during physical examination.

2. Possible treatments: surgical treatment of varicose veins; in vitro fertilization (IVF).

3. Success rate: How does varicocele affect men's fertility and sperm quality? There is no definite conclusion in medical community at the present. 

Not all men with varicocele have sperm production problems. Although surgery can improve the quantity and quality of sperm, it does not necessarily increase the probability of conception. This problem needs further study. It is recommended to consult the doctor about the latest evidence-based treatment.

Cause 3: Abnormal sperm

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If you have low sperm count, azoospermia, low sperm motility or semen abnormality, then your sperm may not naturally fertilize your wife's eggs.

1. Possible symptoms: none.

Possible treatments: intrauterine insemination (IUI) using donated sperm or one's own sperm (of course, the premise of using one's own sperm is that the number, shape and vitality of sperm are not abnormal); intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI); or wife's use of reproductive drugs to increase ovulation.

2. Success rate: If intrauterine insemination (IUI) is combined with the use of reproductive drugs, and the wife's fallopian tube and sperm are healthy, the success rate of each cycle is about 15%. If the wife is less than 35 years old, the success rate of intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is about 29% per cycle.

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For Obstruction Azoospermia, or male infertility caused by reproductive tract inflammation such as epididymitis and orchitis, it is suggested for patients to take natural therapy for a complete cure. For example, TCM formula Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It works to eliminate the inflammation in male reproductive organs, clear up heat and bacteria to remove infection, unblock the blood stasis to relieve the pain, and wipe out toxins to restore men's genital and reproductive system. 

So the fertility will be resumed to normal. The main ingredients of the medicine include psyllium seed, dianthus superbus, houttuynia cordata, honeysuckle, gardenia, etc. Since they don't produce side effects or drug resistance, patients can take the medication until recovery without any harm to the liver or kidney function.

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