Treatment of Male Infertility :

The treatment may differ depending on the duration of infertility, cause, age, the age of partner, and other personal preferences as well. Here are some treatment methods of male infertility used generally.

Change in lifestyle

With the change in lifestyle by refraining from alcohol, use of illicit drugs, and tobacco can improve the male fertility. The healthy diet, proper intake of vitamin B12, zinc, vitamin C, and sufficient exercise are key to improved fertility.

Addressing the general problems

By taking care of the premature or impotence ejaculation one can improve the fertility. The treatment primarily involves medication or the behavioral approaches. The surgical and mechanical treatment are effective sometimes. Other than that one can overcome infertility with the use of artificial insemination along with an ejaculate.

For low count of sperm

Five percent of the males require the hormonal treatment. The other treatment for low count of sperm includes the treatment of varicocele surgically, incision of ejaculatory duct, and the use of electroejaculation to concentrate the sperm.
Treatment for absence of sperm

Dr. Manjunath C S, who specializes in the Reproductive medicine take special care of the patients individually. The medical team of the doctor ensures that the medication and treatment are proper for the patients from the beginning until the end. Dr. Manjunath C S and his team offer surgical treatment for male infertility which includes the PESA (Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration), MESA (Microsurgical Epididymal Sperm Aspiration), and TESA (Testicular Sperm Aspiration).

TDI (Therapeutic Donor Insemination)

The TDI is a good option in many cases of the infertility of males. If the patient suffers from severe oligospermia, irreversible azoospermia, sperm abnormal morphology and poor motility. The other cases are reproductive option afterward the chemotherapy or radiation, severely Rh-negative and Rh-sensitized women with the partner who is Rh-positive

Sperm retrieval

Reproductive Surgery (micro Surgery)
Surgical sperm retrieval can be achieved by:


Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA)


Microsurgical Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (MESA)

The MESA (micro epididymal sperm aspiration), Bilateral testicular biopsies, and microsurgical bypass operations are some treatment options in case of the absent sperms.


Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA)

Testicular sperm aspiration(TESA)is used to recover the spermatozoa by using needle with syringe to the scrotum and release the fluid in the testicle

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE)
Under local or general anaesthesia, sperm retrieval is effected using an open testicular biopsy technique.

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