Male infertility is a problem that troubles many men. In daily life, each person's different living environment and habits can affect their own physical condition. Poor habits are likely to cause male infertility. For many patients with male infertility, the treatment methods for male infertility are very important for them.
There are many methods to treat male infertility, but for patients with male infertility, it is necessary to first check which diseases they have in order to prescribe the right medicine and adopt different treatment methods based on different conditions.
Treatment methods for male infertility:
There are many factors that can cause male infertility, and the treatment methods chosen for different situations also vary. For example, infertility caused by abnormal vas deferens can be treated with surgery to restore the vas deferens. For men who have failed surgery or have no vas deferens, microscopic techniques can be used to extract sperm from tissues such as the epididymis before undergoing in vitro fertilization.
Abnormal semen, such as azoospermia and sperm reduction, should actively cooperate with doctors to treat the primary disease. The commonly used clinical treatment methods include hormone, Chinese medicine, acupuncture and moxibustion, etc. Obstructions in sperm transport, such as obstruction of the vas deferens, hypospadias, and varicocele, can all be treated through surgery.
Abnormal testicular spermatogenesis can be treated with intramuscular injection of chorionic gonadotropin or oral clomiphene. Patients with abnormal semen routine can undergo high ligation of the spermatic cord, while those with cryptorchidism or testicular insufficiency can promote testicular spermatogenesis through testicular descent fixation surgery.
Patients with asthenozoospermia can use artificial insemination if the condition is not severe, and if the condition is more severe, they can directly try IVF.