The media seems to be in many ways fixated on the subject of female fertility. Between the growing scientific publications about controversial women’s fertility treatment and the news stories about woman bearing multiple children, women’s fertility is easily one of the hottest topics in our society. Some multiple-child families even have their own reality television series. But their is another character in the scheme of fertility that doesn’t receive quite as much attention, yet experiences the same challenges of women with fertility disorders: the man. Today’s fertility clinics are not a place for modern and efficient solutions just for women; they offer several solutions for men with fertility disorders as well.
A couple’s inability to have children is often traced to a completely treatable condition that the man possesses. Physicians at these highly developed clinics can detect male fertility disorders such as impotence, varicocele, and spinal cord injury-induced infertility. Semen analysis is an important practice at fertility clinics. This process determines whether the fertility disorder is semen based, which narrows the spectrum of treatments down to those which will work best for the patient. Once a diagnosis has been made, the physician will be able to advise on the best course of action. There are a variety of solutions for combating most male infertility disorders. A reverse vasectomy, for example is a procedure designed to restore fertility to men who have undergone the vasectomy surgery.
Semen based disorders may be treated by sperm retrieval, electroejaculation, or sperm aspiration. In Vitro Fertilization with Intra Cytoplasmic ivf abu dhabi Sperm Injection is a very involved infertility procedure that is actively performed on both the man and woman hoping to have a child. Furthermore, there are several effective medications, dietary supplements, and diet regimes that a physician may suggest that could be finally be the the right answer for a man who has tried everything else.