Male infertility affects 30-40% of infertile couples. The clinical assessment of the infertile man starts with taking his medical history, in order to determine the duration, frequency and timing of unprotected sexual contacts. Male infertility may be due to various causes, such as prostatitis, cryptorchidism, hormonal disorders, erectile dysfunction, etc.
For men who produce minimal sperm, it is possible to micro-fertilize the eggs by applying the ICSI method. In men with azoospermia (no sperm count), it is also possible to micro-fertilize the eggs with sperm extracted from the testicles or the epididymis through a biopsy (TESE – Testicular Sperm Extraction) or through aspiration (TESA – Testicular Sperm Aspiration).
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