The term Male Infertility or Impotency is used for defining a condition where the male is unable to generate enough sperms or has a poor motility rate, which prevents fertilisation. The most common symptoms here would include inability of the female to conceive in spite of good sexual health, poor sperm count or very low count and also inability to ejaculate.
HOW IS MALE INFERTILITY OR IMPOTENCY DIAGNOSED?
A physical examination of the penis and testicles to check nerve sensations would be performed by a sexologist. Bloods and urine tests and psychological examinations would be recommended to determine the cause of this disorder and to help with the diagnosis.
HOW IS MALE INFERTILITY OR IMPOTENCY TREATED?
Treating male fertility is based on conventional methods that includes using medications to increase sperm count, taking hormone supplements in case of hormonal imbalance or taking any antibiotics in case of an infection.
DID YOU KNOW?
Quitting smoking and alcoholism also helps in treating male infertility