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Premature Ejaculation Important Facts In premature ejaculation, a man ejaculates quickly after sexual arousal Premature ejaculation, or rapid ejaculation, is a common type of sexual dysfunction Causes for this condition usually are unknown, but it often is related to anxiety Premature ejaculation that prevents sexual intercourse results in infertility Premature ejaculation (PE) is a term…

Antisperm Antibodies Normally, our bodies develop antibodies to help protect our immune system against illnesses. However, sometimes our bodies develop antibodies to the wrong thing, which can cause negative repercussions. Among infertile men, about 10% will be diagnosed with having antisperm antibodies, a condition that can significantly decrease your chances of pregnancy. Immune Overdrive Normally,…

What is Necrospermia? When semen has less of mature normal sperms & more of dead sperms this condition is abnormal. When ever there is less of normal sperm then chances of spontaneous pregnancy decreases (i.e. difficulty in conceiving i.e. wife does not becomes pregnant). This is one of the common causes of male factor infertility….

Oilgospermia Low sperm count (oligospermia) is one cause of male infertility. Although it takes only a single sperm to fertilize an egg (ovum), the odds of a single sperm reaching the egg are very low. For this reason, having a low sperm count decreases your chance of getting your partner pregnant.   The lower your…

Azoospermia If you and your partner are finding it difficult to get pregnant, it may be a good idea to visit your local fertility clinic for a physical workup. Here, your reproductive endocrinologist will analyze both male and female factors in order to find out exactly what is going on with your fertility. Sometimes, male…

Preventing Male Infertility Often preventing infertility is much easier and better than treating it! What can you do to reduce the risk of being infertile ? The biggest preventable danger to male fertility is due to uncontrolled sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia which can cause irreparable damage to the reproductive…

Signs and Symptoms Statistically, a couple’s failure to achieve conception is equally as likely to result from a problem with the man as with the woman. Over the last several decades, concern has risen about the impact of industrialization on reproductive health. This concern stems largely from reports showing that semen quality of men in…

The Causes of Male Infertility Male infertility has many causes–from hormonal imbalances, to physical problems, to psychological and/or behavioral problems.  Moreover, fertility reflects a man’s “overall” health.  Men who live a healthy lifestyle are more likely to produce healthy sperm.  The following list highlights some lifestyle choices that negatively impact male fertility–it is not all-inclusive:…

Female Infertility Infertility is the failure of a couple to become pregnant after one year of regular, unprotected intercourse. In both men and women the fertility process is complex. About 10% of couples who wish to have a baby are still unable to after a year of unprotected sex. About half of these couples can…

Male Infertility Approximately 15% of couples attempting their first pregnancy meet with failure. Most authorities define these patients as primarily infertile if they have been unable to achieve a pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse. Conception normally is achieved within twelve months in 80-85% of couples who use no contraceptive measures, and persons presenting…

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