MALE INFERTILITY


A persistently low sperm count (<5mil/ml) is called oligospermia.
A persistently zero sperm count (0mil/ml) is called azoospermia.
Sometimes although the sperm count is good, the motility of sperm is zero (Necrospermia) or Morphology of sperm is abnormal (asthenospermia)
If, after a considerable amount of medical treatment the sperm parameters do not show improvement then couple can look for

  1. IUI using donor sperm
  2. IVF
  3. ICSI


  4. If the sperm count is zero ,then the sperm need to be retrieved surgically using any of the below procedure.
    1. PESA : Percutaneous Epididymal sperm aspiration here a small needle is inserted in a portion above the testis called epidymis, and sperm is withdrawn.
    2. TESA : Testicular Sperm Aspiration Here a very fine needle is inserted in to testes directly and immature sperm are retrieved.

    Both of above procedures are done under anaesthesia Patient is not required to stay at the hospital and can go home on same evening. Using these sperm, embryo can be formed by ICSI technique. The procedures are conducted by expert andrologists at our hospital.


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