Male Infertility is the medical condition that affects male patients with the inability to conceive. It is usually characterized by low sperm production, abnormal sperm function and blockages that prevent delivery of the sperm.
Male infertility is usually diagnosed using tests that analyze the sperm to check the following:
There are a variety of reasons for male infertility, such as,
Male patients suffering from infertility usually experience any of the following symptoms:
Male Infertility Medications
Some of the medications that might be recommended for treating male infertility issues like:
Some of the medications used to treat male infertility rising from hormonal imbalances are:
Patients suffering from infertility issues caused by hypogonadotropin hypogonadism usually respond to,
This is a steroid treatment option that has proved effective by showing improvement in the quality of sperm, leading to higher conception rates. Low-dose steroids might be recommended for 3-6 month for patients with antisperm antibody levels greater than 1:32. Patients are usually informed of the potential adverse effects of steroids, such as avascular necrosis of the hip, weight gain, and iatrogenic Cushing Syndrome.
Doctors might recommend medications Imipramines, like pseudoephedrine that will help close the bladder neck to help in antegrade or forward moving ejaculation. These medications, however, will not be effective for patients with a fixed abnormality like the bladder neck on that occurs after a surgical procedure.
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