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Male Infertility

Male fertility can be impacted by a variety of health issues, which emphasises on the importance of doing a thorough patient evaluation to uncover lifestyle variables or medical disorders that can be treated or reversed.

Our comprehensive Male Infertility Treatment encompasses a series of meticulous assessments to ensure tailored solutions for every individual. These evaluations include:

  • Physical Examination and Scrotal Scan: Thorough physical assessments and advanced scrotal scans are conducted to identify any physical anomalies.
  • Sperm Function Tests: Precise tests are administered to assess the functionality of sperm, ensuring a thorough understanding of sperm health.
  • Sperm DNA Fragmentation Index Test: This test provides insights into the integrity of sperm DNA, aiding in diagnosis and personalized treatment planning.
  • Genetic Testing: Comprehensive genetic assessments, including karyotyping and the examination of chromosomal abnormalities in sperm, contribute to a comprehensive diagnosis.
  • Acrosome Intact Test & Zona Binding Assay: These assessments delve into specific aspects of sperm function, offering valuable insights into fertility challenges.

Following these meticulous investigations and consultations with our expert medical team, a personalized treatment approach is formulated, focusing on:

Hormone Evaluations, including FSH, LH, Testosterone, and Prolactin.

Semen Analysis, adhering to WHO guidelines, providing a detailed understanding of male fertility factors.

Ferty9 Research Centre is committed to offering one of the finest male infertility treatments. Our accomplished infertility specialists in Hyderabad provide comprehensive solutions that prioritize patient well-being without compromise.

PESA (Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration)

At Ferty9, we offer PESA as an advanced technique to address male infertility. With our skilled medical team and state-of-the-art equipment, we expertly retrieve sperm directly from the epididymis. This minimally invasive procedure not only reflects our commitment to precision but also stands as a beacon of hope for couples facing fertility challenges. Our proficiency ensures that the retrieved sperm are of the highest quality, significantly enhancing the chances of successful conception.

TESA (Testicular Sperm Aspiration)

Ferty9 takes a comprehensive approach to male infertility treatment by offering TESA. With our experienced specialists and cutting-edge technology, we skillfully retrieve sperm from the testicles. This procedure showcases our dedication to providing solutions tailored to each patient's needs. By utilizing our expertise, we ensure that the procured sperm are viable and suitable for various assisted reproductive techniques, paving the way for fulfilling parenthood dreams.

TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction):

Ferty9 stands at the forefront of male infertility solutions with our TESE treatment. Our seasoned professionals possess an in-depth understanding of the intricacies involved in extracting sperm from testicular tissue. This advanced procedure reflects our commitment to excellence and compassion, offering a ray of hope for couples struggling with infertility. Through TESE, we meticulously extract viable sperm, optimizing the success rates of fertility treatments.

Micro-TESE (Microscopic Testicular Sperm Extraction):

Ferty9's expertise shines through in our Micro-TESE procedure, a pinnacle of male infertility treatment. With our skilled surgeons and cutting-edge microscopes, we navigate intricate testicular tissue layers to pinpoint the most viable sperm. This procedure is a testament to our dedication to innovation and patient-centric care. By offering Micro-TESE, we bring the promise of parenthood within reach for couples who have faced challenges in their fertility journey.

At Ferty9, we understand that each couple's journey is unique. With our unwavering commitment to expertise, compassion, and advanced technology, we offer these male infertility treatments as part of our comprehensive approach to fertility care. Our aim is to provide hope, support, and successful outcomes for couples pursuing the dream of parenthood


What are the causes of male infertility?

Various conditions, such as problems with sperm production, sperm transport, or structural abnormalities in the reproductive organs, can cause male infertility. Common causes of male infertility involve low sperm count, poor sperm motility, abnormal sperm morphology, or blockages in the reproductive tract. Hormonal imbalances, genetic factors, and lifestyle habits can also contribute to male infertility. Men should undergo a thorough evaluation to determine the specific causes of male infertility and explore treatment options.

What is male factor infertility?

Male factor infertility refers to infertility that is primarily caused by factors related to the male partner. It can include problems with sperm production, sperm quality, or sperm transport. Male factor infertility can significantly impact a couple's ability to conceive, and both partners need to undergo a comprehensive analysis to identify the underlying causes and develop an appropriate treatment regimen.

How is male infertility diagnosed

Various methods can help diagnose male infertility. Alongside a meticulous medical history and physical examination, a semen examination is a vital diagnostic tool. This analysis evaluates sperm count, motility, morphology, and other factors that may impact fertility. Hormonal tests may also assess testosterone levels and other hormone imbalances that could contribute to infertility.

Which treatment is available for low sperm count?

There are several treatment options available for low sperm count. Depending on the underlying condition, lifestyle modifications such as maintaining a healthy weight, lowering alcohol consumption, quitting smoking, and stress management can be beneficial. Certain medications can stimulate sperm production, and assisted reproductive techniques such as IUI) or in vitro fertilisation (IVF) can bypass low sperm count issues.

Which treatment is available for nil sperm count?

Nil sperm count, also known as azoospermia, can be treated depending on the specific cause. Surgical interventions like testicular sperm extraction (TESE) or micro-dissection TESE can retrieve sperm directly from the testes. These sperm can then be used in procedures like intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) during IVF. In some cases, donor sperm may be an option.

What is a semen analysis?

A semen analysis is a crucial test for evaluating male fertility. It assesses various semen parameters, including sperm count, motility, morphology, and volume. This analysis provides valuable information about the wellness and quality of the sperm, helping to diagnose any potential issues that may affect fertility.

How is a semen analysis conducted?

A semen analysis is typically conducted by collecting a semen sample through masturbation. The sample is then examined under a microscope to assess various parameters. The process involves evaluating the sperm count, motility (ability to move), morphology (shape and size), and other factors such as pH levels and liquefaction time. The analysis provides valuable insights into the man's fertility potential.

How is male infertility treated?

Male infertility can be treated through various approaches, depending on the underlying cause. Maintaining a healthy weight, quitting smoking, and limiting alcohol intake can positively influence sperm count. Fertility experts may also prescribe medications to address hormonal imbalances or stimulate sperm production. They can perform various surgical interventions to correct anatomical abnormalities, retrieve sperm, or alleviate obstructions.

If I have a low sperm count, am I infertile?

Having a low sperm count does not mean you are infertile. Fertility is a complex issue that involves multiple factors, including the quality and motility of sperm. While a low sperm count may reduce the chances of natural conception, assisted reproductive techniques like IVF or IUI can still be successful in achieving pregnancy.

What infertility treatments are recommended for low sperm count?

For couples experiencing infertility due to low sperm count, various treatment options are available. Fertility professionals may prescribe medications like Clomiphene citrate or hormone therapy to improve sperm production. Assisted reproductive techniques such as IUI, where sperm is directly placed into the uterus, or IVF with ICSI, where a single viable sperm is injected directly into an egg, are effective options.

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