Causes Of Infertility In Males As Well As Females
- Type Of Surgery: Infertility In Males As Well As Females
- Treatment Type: Causes Of Infertility
- Technology: Advance
- Gender: Unisex
- Age Group: Multiple
- Preferred Mode Of Treatment: Hospitals
Infertility in both men and women is becoming increasingly common in recent times, causing great stress and anxiety for those concerned. Amongst several other factors environmental pollution has become the major cause of infertility. Some of the other known causes of male and female fertility are as follows :Causes of Male Infertility
Disorders : One of the most common factors that results in male infertility is failure to produce enough healthy . Azoospermia (complete absence of in the semen) and oligo (in which too few are produced) both cause infertility. It is important to note here that, although only one is required for fertilization, enzymes from many are required to break down the protective tissues around the ovum, so as to allow the fertilizing to penetrate into the cytoplasm of the ovum.
Abnormalities : Infertility may also be caused due to disease of the testes, or by a disorder of the pituitary gland, which results in deficient production of hormone. Abnormal numbers of chromosomes can also result in disorders of the male reproductive tract.
Ovulatory or Harmonal Disorders : Major cause of infertility in females is failure to ovulate which includes Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) blocked fallopian tubes and the production of antibodies to a partnerâ€™s . However, problems can also arise if the ovaries themselves are resistant to normal levels of hormones. In addition, absent, damaged or diseased ovaries will prevent ovulation.
Impact of Age : Generally, age and fertility are inversely related, and aging of the reproductive system is the other major cause of female infertility. The most rapid decline in fertility in particular year has been found to occur at age 35. Decline in fertility also seems to be a direct result of the age-related decline in the number of healthy eggs in a womanâ€™s ovaries.
Semen Analysis process is the part of crucial diagnostic analysis that is performed to access child bearing probabilities of infertile couple. Here, the semen is analyzed through using WHO/more stringent Kruger criteria. For this analysis, normally three days of abstinence is needed to achieve correct semen analysis.Features:
- Semen analysis helps in measuring amount of semen man produces
- It also helps in determining number & quality of in the sample
- It is among the first tests performed for determining if man has issues regarding fathering a child
- For measuring volume present in single
- For counting number of present per milliliter (mL) of semen in single
- For measuring percentage of bearing normal shape
- For measuring percentage of that can move forward normally