Infertility has traditionally been thought of as a woman's problem. But as it turns out,we men don't get off that easily. About one out of every three cases of infertility is due to the man alone, and we're somehow involved in infertility about half the time. A diagnosis of male infertility Treatment can be one of the hardest challenges a man can face. For some, it can be devastating. After all, the necessity of reproduction is one of the few things. Not being able to father a child can make a guy feel like he’s failing at one of his most primal responsibilities.
Unfortunately, some men have to cope with the reality that nothing can be done about their infertility. But for other men, advances in male infertility treatment offer real help. This whole process hinges on there being proper levels of testosterone and other hormones as well as correct signalling from the nervous system.
The semen sample is used to determine whether the male is fertile. This requires a masturbation specimen collected in a sterile container obtained from the laboratory. For some patients we may recommend testing for DNA fragmentation within the sperm, in case experienced with recurrent miscarriage or several unsuccessful treatment cycles, this test is detailed evaluation of sperm structure sperm chomation structure Assay and is mat done by most labs.