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Ductal and Structural Abnormalities Often times, a man may experience infertility due to structural problems in his reproductive organs. When organs or ducts have not developed properly or damage has occurred resulting in a blockage, it can cause a variety of fertility difficulties, ranging from lack of sperm in ejaculate to failure to produce sperm…

Immunology of Male Infertility Rumke and Wilson first reported the presence of antisperm antibodies in infertile men in 1954. The incidence of sperm autoimmunity in infertile couples is 9-36% in contrast to 0.9-4% in the fertile population. The incidence of detection of sperm antibodies in the fertile male is 8-21% and in the female 6-23%….

Male Infertility and Obesity Recent studies have found a link between male fertility problems and obesity. In fact, being overweight or obese is one of the central causes of male infertility and more specifically, of sperm health problems. But how exactly does a man’s weight affect his fertility and what types of male fertility problems…

Blood in Semen What is blood in the semen? The presence of blood in the semen (ejaculate) is also called hematospermia. Hematospermia is an uncommon condition. What are the causes of blood in the semen? Rumke and Wilson first reported the presence of antisperm antibodies in infertile men in 1954. The incidence of sperm autoimmunity…

Infections And Infertility What types of infection cause fertility problems? Infection in the testes (orchitis) can damage the sperm-producing tubes (seminiferous tubules) and stop sperm production. Infections in the reproductive tract caused by sexually transmitted infections, particularly untreated gonorrhoea, may cause blockages in the tail of the epididymis or other parts of the male genital…

The Prostate The prostate is basically a male sex gland, about the size of a walnut, located beneath the bladder. (Read about “The Urinary System”) It makes some of the fluid that carries sperm. The gland is made of two lobes, or regions, enclosed by an outer layer of tissue. The prostate also surrounds the…

Varicocele A fairly common infertility problem resulting in male fertility problems, varicocele refers to the presence of varicose veins in the testicles. This condition is thought to affect 15% of the general male population but as much as 40% of all infertile males. Varicoceles tends to occur more often in men experiencing secondary infertility. Definition…

Low Testosterone Male Hypogonadism All men undergoing fertility testing will be checked for hormonal imbalances that could be contributing to their infertility. One important hormone necessary for proper sexual functioning in men is testosterone. When a man is found to have a testosterone deficiency, it can signal a common disorder known as hypogonadism. Definition Male…

Testicular Problems and Infertility Testicular failure is one condition that may affect sperm health and lead to male infertility. There are different forms of testicular failure that may affect the male reproductive system and a variety of causes that may contribute to testicular failure. All of these factors may result in different conditions affecting sperm…

Erectile Dysfunction Erectile dysfunction, sometimes called “impotence,” is the repeated inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. The word “impotence” may also be used to describe other problems that interfere with sexual intercourse and reproduction, such as lack of sexual desire and problems with ejaculation or orgasm. Using the term…

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