Cryptorchidism is a male disease that is mostly congenital, and cryptorchidism is also the most likely cause of male infertility. So it is necessary to detect and treat in a timely manner in order to better ensure male health and avoid the occurrence of infertility. Next, let's take a look at how to treat male cryptorchidism infertility?
Firstly, it is important to know the types of cryptorchidism infertility:
1. Contractive testis: it is not true cryptorchidism. Usually, the testis of such patients is located in the scrotum, but if the cold weather or tension or other stimuli cause the contraction of the cremaster muscle muscle, the testis will be pulled from the scrotum to the groin, and when the stimulus disappears, the testis will return to its normal position. This phenomenon does not require treatment, and generally improves after getting older.
2. Anorchidism: Lack of one or both testicles due to congenital or acquired factors.
Laparoscopic cryptorchidism fixation for the treatment of cryptorchidism
1. The indications for surgical treatment of cryptorchidism infertility include various types of cryptorchidism or ectopic testicles, migratory testicles, or cryptorchidism with inguinal hernia.
2. The timing of surgical treatment for cryptorchidism infertility suggests that the age of testicular fixation is getting older. Currently, it is generally believed that it is better to undergo surgery before the age of 2. For low cryptorchidism, surgery can also be performed before the age of 6.
3. The surgical treatment of cryptorchidism infertility has a positive effect. During the operation, try to release the spermatic cord as much as possible to lower it without tension after the scrotum, and avoid damage to the spermatic cord blood vessels to avoid postoperative testicular atrophy.
To treat cryptorchidism more thoroughly and effectively, we need to undergo regular medical examinations and follow the doctor's instructions for treatment. Only in this way can we avoid any adverse harm and ensure our fertility, as infertility now has a significant impact on our lives and families.