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Reproduction (or making a baby) is a simple and natural experience for most couples. However, for some couples it is very difficult to conceive. Male infertility is diagnosed when, after testing of both partners, reproductive problems have been found in the male partner.
Infertility is a widespread problem. For about one in five infertile couples the problem lies solely in the male partner (male infertility).
In most cases, there are no obvious signs of an infertility problem. Intercourse, erections and ejaculation will usually happen without difficulty. The quantity and appearance of the ejaculated semen generally appears normal to the naked eye.
Following results may occur after male infertility diagnostics
The male reproductive tract is made up of the testes, a system of ducts (tubes) and other glands opening into the ducts. The testes (testis: singular) are a pair of egg shaped glands that sit in the scrotum next to the base of the penis on the outside of the body. Each normal testis is 15 to 35ml in volume in adult men. The testes are needed for the male reproductive system to function normally. The testes have two related but separate roles:
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Endometriosis (endo) is a disease in which the endometrium (the lining of the uterus) starts to grow outside of the uterus causing adhesions. These adhesions can cause the obstruction of organs and can cause some organs to stick together.
A Congenital Anomaly is a malformation of the reproductive organs. This can, at times, cause difficulty with conception or carrying a pregnancy to term. Usually an anomaly can be found during a routine pap smear. It can also be found during an Ultrasound, Hysteroscopic Exam or a Laparoscopy.
As is the case with women, lack of desire in men can be of either physical or psychological origin. Physical causes :
Ovulation Disorders involve the inability to release an egg or the egg not being released at the right time in the cycle to facilitate conception. Ovulation Disorders can be characterized by absent ovulation (anovulation) resulting in infrequent periods (oligomenorrhea). Several different things can cause Ovulation Disorders. It may be due to
He fallopian tubes are a part of the female anatomy that sweeps the egg up after it is released from the follicular sac on the ovary and passes it to the uterus. The fallopian tube is also where fertilization takes place. When the fallopian tube is blocked, it makes it nearly impossible for a woman to conceive.