Male Infertility: An unspoken reality

Male Infertility An unspoken reality - Zeeva Fertility

In our society, women were blamed for not having a child. Earlier, it was considered that a woman’s health problem is the only reason that the couple is not able to have a child. But over these past decades, this notion has been changed.  Education and awareness have played a huge role in this matter. There are various reasons for the incapability of having a child. Male infertility has become a huge reality these days. Stress, inadequate diet, unhealthy lifestyle, chronic diseases, obesity, low sperm count are some of the reasons for infertility in men.  Nearly, 1 in 10 males suffer from infertility these days but no need to worry as there are a lot of medications and male infertility treatment in Noida.

Causes of male infertility:

  • Low sperm count
  • Imbalance hormones
  • Insufficient nutrition
  • Impotency
  • Retrograde ejaculation
  • Immotile sperm
  • The shape of the sperm
  • Obstruction in passage

Risk factors:

  • Old age
  • Excessive smoking
  • Excessive drinking
  • Obesity
  • Lack of proper nutrition
  • Exposure to toxins
  • Use of drugs and supplements


General examination: Generally, the doctor asks about the family history and medical history of the patient. Knowing about a prior disease helps the doctor to understand the need of the patient in order to provide specific medicine and treatment. The doctor also asks about sexual activity of the patient.

Semen analysis: The patent is required to submit a sample of his semen in a container for analysis. The semen is sent to the laboratory for any abnormality in the sperm. And based on the reports the doctor then decide the best suited treatment for the patient.

Ultrasound: In some cases, the doctor requires a scrotal ultrasound to see if there is any problem in the testicles or ducts that carry the sperm.

Hormonal testing: In many cases, the problem lies in the hormones and with proper medication, lifestyle changes and diet it can be cure. For this reason the doctor prescribes a hormonal test.

Post ejaculation urinalysis: Sometimes, the sperm travel backwards into the urinary bladder instead of ejaculating outside the penis. In such cases, the urine is tested to get confirmed if it has sperms in it.


There are a various number of treatments apart from surgery. The doctor prescribes the treatment as per the needs of the patient.

 Hormonal treatment: The doctor recommends medication for restoration of hormonal balance in cases where the patient suffers from a deficiency or over production of it.

Surgery: Conditions where medications and therapy doesn’t work, surgery remains as the only option. Cases where the ejaculation is not possible due to a blockage, surgery is performed.

Treating infections: In case of an infection in the reproductive tract, the doctors prescribe medicines that help to restore fertility.

Assisted reproductive technology (ART): ART is preferred in cases where conceiving naturally is not an option. In such cases, the doctor collects the sperms and cultures it in vitro to form an embryo or use it for artificial insemination. ART is preferred by most of the doctors as per the requirement of the patients and provides the best fertility treatment in Noida.

Change in lifestyle and dietary habits: Our lifestyle and diet influences a lot of body functions in our body. Infertility is also one of them. People suffering from obesity or malnutrition can improve their fertility just by making a few changes in their lifestyle such as practicing yoga, exercise and by maintaining a balanced diet.

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