Reproduction (or making a child) is a basic and normal experience for generally couples. Be that as it may, for a few couples it is extremely hard to imagine.
We know that men with low sperm counts can sometimes have children – and some men with normal sperm counts can be infertile. It can be hard to know whether the sperm problem is the only cause, or just a contributing cause to the fertility problem.
- Sperm concentrations of less than 15-20 million per milliliter
- Low sperm motility- less than 35%
- Very poor sperm morphology
- Male partners with Erection problem
- Azoospermia ( where sperms can be retrieved through PESA /TESA)
How common is male infertility:
Infertility is an across the board issue. For around one of every five fruitless couples the issue lies exclusively in the male accomplice. It is assessed that one out of 20 men has some sort of fruitfulness issue with low quantities of sperm in his discharge. Be that as it may, just around one in each 100 men has no sperm in his discharge.
Initial Consultation with Neelima Fertility Specialist
Start of Treatment
Medications are given for development of one or more mature follicles in a woman’s ovaries.
Ovulation induction cycles are followed by a HCG Injection to induce ovulation, the final maturation of the egg and loosening of the egg from the follicle wall.
Pelvic ultrasound scans are used to access the endometrium (lining of the womb) and to determine how the follicles are developing.
The couple is advised to have intercourse as per the ovulation scan and days suggested by the doctor.
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