Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Overcome Male Infertility -- Types of Structure Problem in Conventional Perspective

As we mentioned in previous article, conventional medicine plays an important role and most of the time it is the first treatment for a couple who for what ever reason cam not conceive after 1 year of unprotected sexual intercourse or can not carry the pregnancy to full term. With the advance of medical technology, infertility are caused by structure problems and can be corrected through surgery. In this article, we will discuss types of male reproductive structure problem in conventional perspective.

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I. Definition
Male structure reproductive problems are defined as an abnormal penis ejaculation. It is caused by congenital defect, damage or injure to the testicle, leading to abnormal sperm count and sometimes interfering with normal fertility.

II. Types of male reproductive structure problem
1. Retrograde ejaculation
Retrograde ejaculation is defined a condition of which the sperm semen is ejaculated back ward into the bladder, instead of forward into the vagina. It may be caused by diabetes, medication such as pseudoephedrine or imipramine or someone having a history of testicle cancer. Maintaining good blood sugar may help to control it if you have diabetes. If retrograde ejaculation is caused by medication, please discontinue the medication and consult your doctor immediately.

2. Undescended testicle
Undescended testicle is birth defect condition, baby boy born with this condition usually self corrected within six months after birth. If the testicles are not descended themselves, then surgery is required. Man who has undescended testicle, may have low sperm count effecting fertility even after surgery.

3. Block and missing ducts
Women who have taken the anti miscarriage DES during pregnancy may causes congenital malformed vas deferens or missing seminal vesicle to the child (if it is a boy). Men with above condition usually have low sperm count or semen with no sperm.

4. Hypospadias and epispadias
These are congenital birth defect condition, where the opening of the penis is either on the under side or upper side of the penis, leading ejaculation malfunction. These types of condition can be reversed by surgery.

5. Torsion
Torsion is a condition of testicle injure that causes the testicle to twist away to protect itself inside the scrotum. It can be corrected by surgery. If the condition is left untreated for too long, it may cause shrinking of the test, leading to low sperm count or semen with no sperm.

IV. Risks
Surgical risk if surgery is required.

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