Male Infertility(पुरुषों में बांझपन): Can male infertility be treated?

  • 1.41K
  • 2 months ago
Dr. Preeti Jindal
Gynecology

Male Infertility(पुरुषों में बांझपन): Can male infertility be treated?

In this video our expert Gynaecologist Dr. Preeti Jindal is talking about Male Infertility(पुरुषों में बांझपन). Becoming a mother is the biggest blessing in the world. Similarly, becoming a father is a good experience and desired emotional feeling that men wish to feel. Usually, It is seen that when we talk about infertility or if the couple is unable to conceive, Then mostly our brain thinks that there is a problem in female. But this is a wrong opinion. It is seen that 1 out of 7 couples meaning one in seven couples who are unable to conceive, the leading cause is male infertility. 

Male Infertility Causes

The male problems are increasing nowadays. Many reasons contribute to male infertility. If you see carefully, the leading cause of male infertility is the presence of genetic disease in males, or there is a medical condition like Diabetes or thyroid due to which their sperms are affected. The third important reason is lifestyle. Young adults do excessive exercise. Stay under stress very often. Young adult males are attracted towards bodybuilding, due to which they consume artificial products and spend more time in gyming. These artificial products and proteins can also lead to male infertility. Then varicocele is something that is not directly linked, but in a few cases, it may be associated with it. 

Another big problem which is happening these days is cancer. Unfortunately, young adults are more prone to cancer. And the cancer treatment, which includes chemotherapy or radiotherapy, may also ultimately lead to male infertility. Then while playing sports, there has been a trauma to the testes or during the childhood days; undescended testis might also lead to Sperm count affection or affect the ability of sperm to lead to a healthy baby. There can be problems with sexual performance, for example, erectile dysfunction. This is also a common reason for which couples are unable to conceive. 

What can we do about it?  

Depending upon the cause, Investigations can be done, and treatment can be done. The treatment depends upon the sperm count. If you have a low sperm count, then a few medicines can be given, and they can be treated. If the sperm count is significantly low, technology like ICSI and IVF can help. ICSI and IMSI are advanced forms of IVF which you can see in my IVF video. Sometimes there is no sperm in the semen. 

What can we do about that? 

In this, We do an ultrasound and check the volume of the testis, and biopsy is performed to check whether there is sperm production or not. If there is sperm production, but it is not present in the semen, then there is a technique known as TESA  in which we can directly extract formed from the testes and can fuse them with the egg of the partner. For erectile dysfunction, there is a very novel treatment available, Known as EmSella chair. If you see this leaflet, you can see there is a chair on which the lady is sitting.  You can sit on this. 

What does this chair do? 

It sends highly focused electromagnetic vibrations to the pelvic muscles, which help in strengthening pelvic muscles and, in many cases, erectile dysfunction. And where there is no erection; this can be treated. This is a completely painless procedure, and it takes 30 minutes. It is believed that improvement can be seen after 6-8 sittings. So Em Sella is available at the Touch Clinic. We were the first in India to launch this chair. This Em Sella chair has another role also; for example, it helps urinary incontinence in females, and in males, it has good results in erectile dysfunction. So you can contact us at our website or at a phone number which will be screened on this video. You can contact the Touch Clinic for the treatment. Wishing you all the best. Thank you

Comments (0)

Avtar

LEAVE YOUR COMMENT

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Feedback

Subscribe to our Newsletter