Male Infertility

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Causes of Infertility: Retrograde Ejaculation

Retrograde ejaculation is one of the many causes of infertility. This happens when a male ejaculates and the semen does not come out of the urethra. The semen is released, but it is redirected the other way into the urinary bladder. This is a result of the sphincter not working properly. When it is ... Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Retrograde Ejaculation

Retrograde ejaculation is one of the many causes of infertility. This happens when a male ejaculates and the semen does not come out of the urethra. The semen is released, but it is redirected the other way into the urinary bladder. This is a result of the sphincter not working properly. When it is ... Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Sperm Morphology

If you and your partner have been trying to conceive without success for an extended period of time, you'll benefit from visiting a fertility doctor to inquire about the potential causes of infertility that could be setting you back. There are a number of different potential causes which may cause y ... Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Sperm Morphology

If you and your partner have been trying to conceive without success for an extended period of time, you'll benefit from visiting a fertility doctor to inquire about the potential causes of infertility that could be setting you back. There are a number of different potential causes which may cause y ... Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Testosterone Deficiency (Male Hypogonadism)

Testosterone deficiency or male hypogonadism is among the many causes of infertility in men. Testosterone deficiency will cause a decreased sex drive, hair loss or erectile dysfunction. However, this condition is common and may be easily treated once detected. Hypogonadism and Testosterone in Men Hy ... Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Testosterone Deficiency (Male Hypogonadism)

Testosterone deficiency or male hypogonadism is among the many causes of infertility in men. Testosterone deficiency will cause a decreased sex drive, hair loss or erectile dysfunction. However, this condition is common and may be easily treated once detected. Hypogonadism and Testosterone in Men Hy ... Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Undescended Testicle

An undescended testicle is one of the causes of infertility. This means that one or both of the testicles are hidden due to failure to move into the scrotum before birth. Causes The exact cause for an undescended testicle isn’t known. Undescended testicle is fairly common in premature Infants, who Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Undescended Testicle

An undescended testicle is one of the causes of infertility. This means that one or both of the testicles are hidden due to failure to move into the scrotum before birth. Causes The exact cause for an undescended testicle isn’t known. Undescended testicle is fairly common in premature Infants, who Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Varicocele

One of the many causes of infertility is varicocele. Varicoceles usually affect males between the ages of 15 and 30. They rarely occur in men over the age of 40. Varicoceles are the cause of nearly 40% of male infertility problems. In the more severe cases, diagnosis of a varicocele can be determine ... Continue Reading

Causes of Infertility: Varicocele

One of the many causes of infertility is varicocele. Varicoceles usually affect males between the ages of 15 and 30. They rarely occur in men over the age of 40. Varicoceles are the cause of nearly 40% of male infertility problems. In the more severe cases, diagnosis of a varicocele can be determine ... Continue Reading

Older Partner? Recognizing Male Menopause and Infertility

When women age they go through a process called menopause, where the body slowly reduces the production of the sex hormones. In women this means they no longer release eggs, and can no longer have children. Men go through a similar process, known as andropause, or male menopause, where testosterone ... Continue Reading

Older Partner? Recognizing Male Menopause and Infertility

When women age they go through a process called menopause, where the body slowly reduces the production of the sex hormones. In women this means they no longer release eggs, and can no longer have children. Men go through a similar process, known as andropause, or male menopause, where testosterone ... Continue Reading

The Leydig Cell and Infertility

Leydig cell impairment is generally associated with infertility, however, not all individuals suffering from decreased Leydig cell function will experience infertility or subfertility. Although Leydig cells are present in both male and female reproductive organs, dysfunction is most commonly seen in Continue Reading

The Leydig Cell and Infertility

Leydig cell impairment is generally associated with infertility, however, not all individuals suffering from decreased Leydig cell function will experience infertility or subfertility. Although Leydig cells are present in both male and female reproductive organs, dysfunction is most commonly seen in Continue Reading

What Is a Sertoli Cell?

A sertoli cell is an integral part of the male reproductive system. It is found in the seminiferous tubule, a part of the testes. A sertoli cell plays an integral role in the maturation of the sperm cells or the spermatozoa. This is vital for the sperm to attain motility and potency. Spermatogenesis Continue Reading

What Is a Sertoli Cell?

A sertoli cell is an integral part of the male reproductive system. It is found in the seminiferous tubule, a part of the testes. A sertoli cell plays an integral role in the maturation of the sperm cells or the spermatozoa. This is vital for the sperm to attain motility and potency. Spermatogenesis Continue Reading

What Is Spermatogenesis?

The concept of spermatogenesis is, in essence, the production of sperm cells within the male body. The biological specifics of this process are quite complicated and involve many different steps and individual mechanisms. In most healthy males, the process known as spermatogenesis begins at the time Continue Reading

What Is Spermatogenesis?

The concept of spermatogenesis is, in essence, the production of sperm cells within the male body. The biological specifics of this process are quite complicated and involve many different steps and individual mechanisms. In most healthy males, the process known as spermatogenesis begins at the time Continue Reading