If you find a problem during your assessments, your doctor will talk to you about the most effective method of treatment. Factors that cause male infertility can be treated with drugs, hormones and surgery.

Improving sperm production The best chance of getting pregnant, a sufficient amount of quality sperm and a normal level of hormones is a pledge of healthy reproductive efficiency. These factors can be improved with various types of treatment. If infections are found in some place in the organs of the reproductive system (for example, the prostate, epididymis or in the urethra) infertility may occur. These infections are treated with antibiotics.

Improvement of sperm concentration Sperm washing is a procedure that can be done at the hospital, separating semen from seminal fluids. Thus, the sperm concentrate, then used for vaccination of the woman.

Treatment of sperm Some men produce antibodies that attack their own sperm, which leads to a decrease in fertilization. In vitro fertilization is the solution to this problem. A limited number of patients in order to resolve can use medical treatment and sperm washing.

Solution of hormonal problems Hormonal therapy can increase the level of hormones, which can increase the production of sperm. It should be treated at least three months. Treatment is usually stopped when get pregnant.

Solving other problems Problems with infertility can be associated with varicose veins, problems with obstruction of the canals or ejaculation. It is usually possible to treat surgically or without surgery. If a person chooses a vasectomy, the procedure is often successful, but this does not mean that reproductive efficiency will improve.

Treatment of varicocele When dilated venules in the scrotum increase heat production and affect sperm production, surgery can be done with venules. Other techniques, ballooning, can be used to prevent blood flow to the enlarged veins. Deeper vessels carry blood.

Reversing the vasectomy Vasectomy: Vasectomy (male sterilization) is the surgical excision of the vas deferens, through which sperm comes from both testicles into the penis. Vasovazostomy is a surgical operation, in which the lumen of the canals, through which spermatozoa pass from the testicles to the outside, is restored, after a previous vasectomy. Re-joining the ends of the vas deferens and allowing the passage of sperm from the testicles into the penis. The less time passed between the operations of a vasectomy and vasovazostomy, the more successful the results will be obtained. Long waiting can lead to the formation of antibodies, because of pressure and the formation of scars can be harmful epididymis.

Cleaning of blockage canals Occlusions may prevent sperm transport in the male reproductive system. The passage of sperm can be prevented by swelling, scar tissue or infections. These obstructions can be prevented by using micro-surgical techniques.

Solving ejaculation problems In some males, during an ejaculation semen gets not in a sexual member, and is unloaded in a bladder. The causes of the disease may be side effects of certain drugs, surgery or damage. If the problem is not resolved, sperm can be obtained by urination and used for injection.

Sperm Production in Man From the beginning of puberty until the end of men life the male body produces millions of sperm every day. FSH and LH are secreted from the brain pituitary gland. FSH activates sperm production. LH increases testosterone production and regulates mature sperm development.

Spermatozoa descend into the epididymis ducts, where their further maturation takes place, and where they accumulate until the moment of ejaculation. It takes about 3 months to mature the spermatozoa.

The semen is transported through the vas deferens to the epididymis-ducts further to the seminal vesicles and the prostate gland, where sperm (sperm) is formed and added to various liquids to form semen (semen).

Sperm is excreted through the urethra. Although millions of spermatozoa are released through ejaculation, most of the sperm is made up of fluids. These fluids contain nutrients and enzymes that nourish and protect spermatozoa.