Male infertility is the inability of a man to cause pregnancy in his female partner. The male reproductive system makes, stores, and transports sperm.  If the problem is with the man, most often it is due to problems with his sperm production or sperm delivery.

According to recent data, the male factor in infertile marriage begins to dominate the female. Over the past 20 years, the percentage of infertile men increased from 30% to 50% and continues to grow steadily. Visual confirmation of the fact - the quality of the ejaculate. Analysis of normal semen parameters in men in the XX and beginning of XXI century are very different. If in 1949 the norm was considered 300-60 million spermatozoon in 1 ml of ejaculate, then in 2009 - only 20-12 million per 1 ml of ejaculate. Over the past half-century, marked decrease in the number of spermatozoon in the ejaculate is almost three times. This tendency shows a progressive decline in the quality of sperm in men.

Erectile dysfunction is also having a serious impact on the reproductive function of men. This disorder can depend on many social, psychological factors, as well as the physical (somatic) health of man. The most common somatic reasons for erectile dysfunction include metabolic syndrome, as well as primary hormonal disorders resulting from chronic stress, or age-related changes in an organism. Sometimes the cause of erectile dysfunction can be previously unidentified diseases of the nervous system.

Male Infertility Treatment
Male Infertility Treatment

Male Infertility - Urology and Andrology Urology is the medical discipline that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the urinary and reproductive systems of humans. Urologist diagnoses and treats sexual dysfunction (decreased potency and sexual attraction, lack or instability of erection, premature ejaculation), inflammation of the testicles, head of the penis, prostate...

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