Treatment for Male Infertility

Treatment for Male Infertility

Infertility is defined as the inability to become pregnant after actively trying for one year with no success. Male infertility is definitely a hard thing to deal with if you are trying to get pregnant. However, do not be discouraged. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

The good news is that most cases of male infertility can be treated and reversed and will allow a guy to father a child. If you are a couple dealing with infertility troubles, you should always try to start out checking on your guy’s fertility, since the treatments for male infertility are much cheaper and less invasive than the treatments for women.

There are several treatment options available today for male infertility. Today we are going to explore a few of those options.

Natural cures

Natural cures can be very helpful for men who are experiencing low sperm count, poor sperm quality or abnormally shaped sperm. Some examples of natural cures include diet changes, quitting smoking, quitting using alcohol or other drugs, etc. You can also try herbs and supplements that are considered natural fertility helpers to try to deal with infertility in a natural way.

Surgery

Surgery is not an option for every case of male infertility, but it can be helpful in some cases. In the surgery, the doctor will repair troublesome varicoceles that can be causing trouble. They do this by blocking off the abnormal veins that can be causing the problem.

Of course, this is not always successful and surgery is not an option for everyone. Surgery can also sometimes be used to correct hormone problems or to help “clear out” blockages in the body’s natural plumbing that might obstruct the sperm from getting through.

Antibiotics or other medications

If the fertility issue is due to an infection of the reproductive system, your doctor might treat it with antibiotics. Sometimes your doctor might want to prescribe medications to help improve sperm count. Another case that doctors might prescribe medication is if they think that the problem might be hormonal.

Assisted reproductive techniques

If the above listed treatment options do not work with helping infertility, your doctor might recommend trying assisted reproduction techniques. There are so many different ART’s available today, from IUI to IVF and much more. These are great options for a lot of couples who have trouble conceiving in the traditional way. IVF is probably the most common, where the egg and sperm are combined in a lab, and then placed back into the uterus.

These are just a few of the most common treatment options for male infertility. Technology has come such a long way and male infertility is no longer the huge deal that it once was. There are many different treatment options available for male infertility, so if it is something that you or someone you love is suffering from, don’t be discouraged! Talk with your doctor to decide which treatment options are best for you.

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Alyssia Granger
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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.