Treatment For Male Infertility
Male infertility is treatable with medications and other options. In some cases, where the treatments do not work, the couple may have to go for sperm donors or adopt a child.
Medications and devices:
1 Gonadotropin injections are suggested for hypogonadism to improve fertility. They trigger sexual glands to produce testosterone and sperm.
2 Pseudoephedrine medications work in treating retrograde ejaculation. They close the opening of the bladder thereby helping the sperm to ejaculate through the penis.
3 Sildenafil (Viagra) helps treat the ejection issue.
4 In the case of problems with erection, your doctor might suggest you try a vacuum pump. You need to place the pump over the penis and pump the air out to create a vacuum. It causes the blood to shift into the penis, thus erecting it. A constriction band is placed at the base to maintain the erection (12).
1 Variocele (swollen veins in the scrotum) is corrected through surgery to improve the quality of your sperm.
2 Obstructive azoospermia is surgically treated by removing the blockage.
3 Vasectomy (surgery that stops sperm from going into the semen) can also be reversed.
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