What is the normal anatomy involved with male fertility factor?
The sperms have to travel a long route before emission. The Vas Deferens, which carries the semen containing the sperms after production in the testes, traverses from the bottom of the scrotum to the top. The Vas Deferens then curves towards the penis from either side. In a common passage in the penis, semen is ejaculated from the tip.
How much a male is responsible for infertility of the couple?
Male Factor: It is found 40% of the infertility cases are due to male factor defects. Diagnosis and treatment of the problems related to male factor is one of the true success stories in the field of reproductive medicine and male infertility treatment. Male fertility screening is done through semen analysis at our clinic.
What is Sperm Disorder?
Sperm disorders make up for one of the main causes of male infertility. Men who are facing infertility related problems are most of the time diagnosed with sperm disorders. The type of disorder can vary from their low count to their agility. Further, the problems related to morphology of the sperms are also been known to be one of the other main reasons for infertility in men.
How sperm disorder or overall problems related to male factor are treated?
Approach to treatment At Ridge IVF we pay proper attention to the detailed diagnostic reports and never pre-assume the role of any single partner for the failure of the couple to be blessed with parenthood. Our approach to treatment is highly professional and in strict compliance to the ethical guidelines.
The clinical approach to the male infertility treatment followed by us at Ridge IVF includes the following:
Keep away from smoking
Avoid unhealthy eating habits
Avoid consumption of alcohol
Keep away from work stress