Male normally don't discuss their infertility problem with peers. However, it has nothing to be ashamed of because once you start talking openly about the symptoms of infertility in your body, there will be some chances of finding a solution to this issue. Before you go for the treatment, you should be aware of what can actually lead to infertility in men. There are two major causes of male infertility, one is the physical abnormality of male reproductive organ and another is due to the abnormality of the male sperm. In order to determine fertility in men, a fertility specialist at Monga�s Health World will conduct a semen analysis to test the number of active sperms, and their shape and activity. In the case of infertility, the sperm might not be moving in the right direction or their number may be low.
Another reason for male infertility is the blockage or obstruction of sperm in the tubes caused from the testes or by an infection, absence of vas deferens and prostate problems. Any kind of sperm blockage in men will stop the sperm from reaching its destination, which should be dealt with by a fertility specialist to give a chance to sperm. Sperm production issues can result from infections, genetic causes, strong medications, certain chemicals, radiation or varicose veins of the testes.
Hormonal imbalances such as low levels of hormones produced by the pituitary gland may also cause infertility in men. This might be the result of the pituitary issues a man has faced since birth. Steroid abuse can also cause hormonal imbalances and need to be taken special care during fertility assessments. Get the right treatment for your infertility issues by contacting Dr.Yuvraj Arora Monga and Dr.Jyoti Arora Monga at Dr Monga's Healthworld .