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Sperm Disorders that Cause Male Infertility – Causes & Treatment
Male infertility is commonly caused by sperm disorders that affect sperm quality. Sperm abnormalities, whether they affect sperm count, morphology, motility or volume, can be diagnosed using a semen analysis....
Sperm DNA Fragmentation – Causes, Treatment & Effect on Fertility
Sperm DNA fragmentation is a cause of male infertility. It can prevent natural conception by causing repeated miscarriages, or result in non-viable embryos after fertilization.
What Is Immune Infertility? – Treatment & Pregnancy Options
People affected by immunological infertility experience trouble getting pregnant, as their body identifies part of the reproductive function as an "invader" and sends an autoimmune response.
Uterine Polyps & Cancer Risk – Can They Become Cancerous?
Overgrowth of cells in the endometrium (lining of the uterus) cause the formation of uterine or endometrial polyps. They are usually non-cancerous or benign, but it is estimated that about 5% may turn into cancer....
Post Vasectomy Semen Analysis – How Many Tests to Confirm Sterility?
After a vasectomy, demonstrating complete azoospermia is required to conclude that sterility has been achieved. Only if the sperm count is zero, we can consider that vasectomy has been successful. The diagnostic...
What Is Oligoasthenoteratospermia (OAT)? – Causes & Treatment
Oligoasthenoteratospermia or OAT is a sperm disorder in which 3 basic sperm parameters are altered: sperm morphology, sperm count, and sperm motility. The causes can be due to defects in the sperm production, ...
What Is Hypospermia? – Causes, Symptoms, Fertility & Treatment
Hypospermia is a sperm disorder in which the man has an unusual low volume of ejaculate or semen. Hypospermia is diagnosed when the amount of semen is below 1.5 ml. Although it causes male infertility in some, ...
What Are Müllerian Duct Anomalies? – Classification with Pictures
Developmental malformations or anomalies of the Müllerian ducts can result in different disorders of the female reproductive tract, which can have a negative impact on reproductive outcomes. Click here to see a...
Repeated Implantation Failure – Reasons Why Embryos Don’t Implant
Repeated or recurrent implantation failure (RIF) is detected when good quality embryos fail to implant after several cycles of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). The causes of RIF can be due to maternal, embryonic, or...
Can You Get Pregnant with Endometriosis? – Your Chances of Success
Endometriosis can affect a woman's chances of becoming pregnant naturally. The good news is that you can get pregnant with the proper treatment, including laparoscopic surgery, IUI, IVF and other fertility options...
What Causes Necrospermia? – Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment
Necrospermia is a male fertility problem characterized by the presence of dead sperms in the ejaculate. Men with necrospermia, however, are able to conceive thanks to Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART).
What Is Oligospermia? – Low Sperm Count Causes & Treatment
The medical terms oligospermia and oligozoospermia refer to a sperm disorder that can be defined as low sperm count in the ejaculate. It is a common cause of male infertility that can be classified into three types...
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