Male infertility may be due to

  • Decreased number of sperm
  • Blockage that prevents the sperm from being released
  • Defects in the sperm


Male infertility can be caused by

  • Birth defects
  • Cancer treatments, including chemotherapy and radiation
  • Exposure to high heat for prolonged periods
  • Heavy use of alcohol, marijuana, or cocaine
  • Hormone imbalance
  • Impotence
  • Infection
  • Obesity
  • Older age
  • Retrograde ejaculation
  • Scarring from sexually transmitted infections, injury, or surgery
  • Smoking
  • Toxins in the environment
  • Vasectomy or failure of vasectomy reversal
  • Healthy couples under age 30 who have sex regularly will have a 25-30% per month chance of getting pregnant each month.


Sperm disorder (Azoospermia / Oligospermia)

  • Azoospermia - absence of sperm in the ejaculate.
  • Aspermia - zero volume ejaculate.
  • Oligospermia - low numbers of sperm.
  • Asthenospermia - poor sperm motility.
  • Teratospermia - abnormal morphology (shape)of sperm


Treatment for Male Infertility 

The importance of a healthy diet cannot be overstated. To function properly, the reproductive system requires the proper vitamins and minerals. Nutritional deficiencies can impair hormone function, inhibit sperm production, and contribute to the production of abnormal sperm.

Our treatment for male infertility depends on the cause of infertility . The treatment focuses on improving sperm quantity, sperm quality. It controls harmonal imblances and thus improves overall male reproductive health. After examine the patient our experts also suggests to follow healthy diet and lifestyles which gives a positive impact on the patient.

Sometimes there may be surgical problems for male infertility. In these conditions we refer the patient to a surgeon.