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Male Infertility due to Kartagener’s Syndrome

Male Infertility due to Kartagener’s Syndrome

Most men with Kartagener's Syndrome have problems with the mobility of their sperm, as their tail or flagellum is altered. For this reason, the encounter between the sperm and the egg does not take place. This sperm alteration is known as asthenozoospermia.

However, the spermatozoa are usually alive but lack mobility. Therefore, these men can achieve pregnancy through assisted reproduction techniques.

By BSc, MSc (embryologist), (embryologist), (gynecologist) and (invitra staff).
Last Update: 05/29/2020
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