With the acceleration of the pace of society and the changes in the pressure of life and work environment, many bad living habits have also emerged, many of which have become the cause of male infertility, and now there are always men in infertility clinics. For men, being unable to have a healthy birth is an unbearable thing, and they should not wait for death. Therefore, it is necessary to check and treat as soon as possible.
The optimal gestational age for men is larger than for women, usually between the ages of 30 and 35. Each person's specific situation varies depending on the specific examination. Generally speaking, the quality of male sperm is the highest in these five years, and pregnancy preparation is also relatively easy. Despite this, it is also necessary to do some necessary checks on eugenics and fertility.
First, biochemical examination of seminal plasma. The component analysis of seminal plasma mainly focuses on the analysis and judgment of testicles, prostate, etc., to determine whether there is genital inflammation that affects spermatogenesis.
Second, routine semen examination. It is mainly used to check whether the sperm in the semen is normal, and to avoid sperm abnormalities such as oligozoospermia and unexplained decline in sperm activity. It is the most basic requirement for checking male fertility.
Third, testicular biopsy. The testis is an important spermatogenic organ in men. During male infertility testing, the spermatogenic function of the seminiferous tubules and the development of interstitial cells in the testis are directly examined to determine whether the testis is developing normally.
Fourth, chromosome examination. Check whether the external reproductive organs are deformed, whether the testicles develop normally, and whether there is azoospermia.
Fifth, endocrine examination. Whether the secretion of male hormones in infected men is normal or not, therefore, to understand the function of the hypothalamus-pituitary-testis axis.
Sixth, immunity test. Extract the semen and observe it under a microscope to test the sperm agglutination antibody or immobilization antibody in the semen.
Seventh, examination of varicocele. Doppler ultrasound examination.
There are many items to be examined for male infertility, and the above description is only a major part of them. If the examination is to be conducted, it should mainly be based on the actual situation of the patient. There are many reasons for male infertility, and most of them are caused by common male diseases. To achieve more effective treatment, it is necessary to standardize the implementation of the disease. The selection of hospitals is the first step.