Infertility has a higher incidence in men. In order to attempt to reduce this, a change in the lifestyle is recommended.
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The absence of a male partner or severe male infertility are the main causes as to why a single person or a couple starts a fertility treatment using donor sperm.
Engaging into a sperm donation programs to undergo an IVF cycle is advisable in cases where there is poor-quality sperm, genetically altered sperm or in case there is no male partner.
Cryptozoospermia or cryptospermia is a sperm pathology that may lead to male infertility and is characterized by a low sperm quantity. Actually, it causes the same symptoms as oligozoospermia, but more severely.
When a semen analysis o seminogram is performed, one of the examinations included is the analysis of the presence of leukocytes in semen. It allows a more accurate examination of what is causing male infertility to be done, although it is commonly related to infections.
It consists of an alteration within the sperm shape, in which more than 95% of sperm have an strange morphology, leading thus to male infertility because of an sperm factor.
To diagnose male infertility a seminogram is conducted. One of parameters evaluated is the concentration or amount of spermatoza found in the ejaculate.
The following article talks about the controversy surrounding the use of a method of diagnosis of fertility: the postcoital test. It consists of analyzing the cervical mucus of women after intercourse to determine fertility.
Sperm agglutination is a sperm disorder that may cause male infertility. To diagnose this condition a seminogram is required.
It is a sperm factor that affects sperm quality. The man expels a small amount of sperm in the ejaculate, that is, a low seminal volume.