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Pus in Semen Pus cells in semen may be due to infection into genito-urinary tract due to any of the following causes: Chlamydia Infection Chlamydia is a  common infection of genitourinary tract all over world. It’s a bacterial infection. The infection with bacteria decreases sperm count motility & fertilizing capacity of sperms. Complication of this…

Predetermining The Sex of Your Child The following methods are the current theories regarding gender selection while trying to conceive. The Shettles Method The Shettles, by Dr. Landrum Shettles and David Rorvik, authors of How To Choose the Sex of Your Baby, is the method most used and most effective. According to this method Y-chromosomes…

What is ICSI? ICSI is an acronym for in tracytoplasmic sperm injection – which is a long, fancy way of saying “inject sperm into the middle of the egg”. ICSI is a very effective method to get fertilization of eggs in the IVF lab after they have been retrieved from the female partner. IVF with…

IVF – In Vitro Fertilization Tips How In Vitro Fertilization is Done When a woman, or couple, and the Fertility Specialist determine that in vitro fertilization is the treatment of choice, there are several steps that must be taken to promote the greatest chance of success. The primary steps in in vitro fertilization include: Counseling…

Male Reproductive Physiology The Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Gonadal Axis The hypothalamus is the integrative center of the reproductive axis and receives messages from both the central nervous system and the testes to regulate the production and secretion of gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH). Neurotransmitters and neuropeptides have both inhibitory and stipulatory influence on the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus releases GnRH…

Evaluation of the Male for Infertility Infertility is a major health concern for a large proportion of reproductive age patients. The purpose of this article is to give a concise but practical overview of the evaluation of the infertile man because approximately 40 % of infertility cases involve male factors. Significant medical pathology can now…

Increase Male Fertility Roughly 35% of couples who have problems conceiving discover it is the man that has fertility problems and are looking at ways to increase male fertility. Sperm counts have fallen by almost a third in the last 10 years. The main factors that seem to make a damaging dent on the man’s…

Retrograde Ejaculation Occurring in less than 1% of men with fertility problems, retrograde ejaculation can make it very difficult for a couple to conceive. While it has no health implications, men affected by this condition have their sperm diverted from their ejaculate to the bladder during orgasm. Retrograde ejaculation can be caused by diabetes, prostate…

Understanding Semen Analysis The male factor infertility is most commonly defined as abnormalities in the number of sperm present, proportion of the motile and morphologically normal sperm. WHO has defined normal values for human ejaculate. Source Volume Characteristics Urethral and bulbourethral glands 0.1-0.2cc Viscous, clear Testes, epididymides, vasa deferentia 0.1-0.2cc Sperm present Prostate 0.5-1.0cc Acidic,…

Male Biological Clock A man’s genes, coupled with the facts of his life, set the limits of his sexual biological clock. But men can still do a lot to improve their fertility and their sexual performance. A man’s genes, coupled with his life circumstances, set the broad limits of his sexual biological clock. In other…

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