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What Are a Woman's Chances of Conceiving with PCOS?
Women with PCOS have a decreased chance of achieving pregnancy due to absent ovulation. To solve this problem, changing lifestyle habits and administering ovulation induction drugs can be very effective.
What Is PCOS or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder that can cause female infertility. Learn about its symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment here.
What Diseases Are Associated with Azoospermia?
There exist various diseases that can compromise sperm production in males, thereby leading to azoospermia.
Treatment for Non-Obstructive & Obstructive Azoospermia
Based on the type of azoospermia, the treatment needed can he hormonal or surgical. In some cases, it can be solved with just a natural treatment.
Can a Man with Azoospermia Achieve Pregnancy?
Sperm aspiration, testicular biopsy, or sperm donation are the main options available for azoospermic males to be able to conceive.
Obstructive Azoospermia - Causes & Treatment Options
Obstruction (blockages) of the seminal ducts prevent the embryos from being expelled to the outside during ejaculation.
What Is Secretory or Non-Obstructive Azoospermia?
Secretory azoospermia is the most severe type of azoospermia, that causing the sperm count to be zero due to a lack of sperm production in the testis.
What Are the Causes of Azoospermia?
The most common causes of azoospermia include hormonal imbalances, genetic abnormalities, testicular problems, and ejaculatory duct obstruction.
Chances of Achieving Pregnancy with Oligospermia
Achieving a pregnancy with oligozoospermia is possible thanks to assisted reproductive technologies, namely in vitro fertilization and ICSI.
What Treatment Options Exist for Oligospermia?
The most adequate treatment option to cure oligospermia depends on the cause. We can choose between a natural, pharmacological or surgical treatment.
Oligospermia Types - Mild, Moderate & Severe
Oligospermia or oligozoospermia can be classified into three types based on the level of severity: mild, moderate, and severe.
How Is Oligozoospermia Diagnosed?
Rendering a diagnosis of oligospermia is possible with a simple semen analysis and bloodwork to determine the levels of male hormones.
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