Eliminate the Problem of Azoospermia with Our State-of-the-Art Treatment

  • By: Baby Soon Fertility and IVF Centre
  • Sep 13 2022
Eliminate the Problem of Azoospermia with Our State-of-the-Art Treatment

In general, after attempting to conceive through unprotected intercourse for roughly a year, couples are deemed infertile. It can be daunting and overwhelming to cross the invisible border into the world of infertility. Along with feeling as though there are pregnancy announcements plastered everywhere you turn, you can be concerned about your general health and be unsure about what to do next. We provide the best Azoospermia Treatment in Delhi.

It's not just you. About 12 to 13 couples out of every 100 struggle to conceive. According to reliable sources, male-factor infertility accounts for up to 50% of these cases. Azoospermia, which is characterized by an absence of all sperm in the semen, is one potential cause. Although uncommon, azoospermia affects one percent of reliable male donors and accounts for 10 to 15 percent of infertility cases.

Here is a brief explanation of how the body functions: In the testicles, sperm is produced. It passes through the reproductive system and combines with the seminal duct fluid. Semen, the viscous, white ejaculate that emerges from the penis, is made up of sperm and this fluid.

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Azoospermia eliminates sperm from the equation. Even while you may have ejaculated, it is sperm-free. While the phrase "low sperm count" may be known to you, azoospermia is most commonly referred to as "no sperm count."

Azoospermia comes in three different forms:

  • Pre-testicular azoospermia (non-obstructive) is brought on by decreased sperm-producing hormone production.
  • Any anomalies produce non-obstructive testicular azoospermia.
  • Post-testicular azoospermia (obstructive) is caused by problems with ejaculation due to an obstruction of some sort in the reproductive tract.

Each form of azoospermia has a unique collection of potential causes or related health issues. In general, between 10 and 15 percent of instances of no or low sperm count are likely to be caused by genetic disorders that damage the Y chromosome.

Pre-Testicular Azoospermia 

This non-obstructive kind could result from specific hereditary diseases. For instance, sperm production may be impacted by Kallmann syndrome, which interferes with the body's capacity to create gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH).



What is IUI?

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a basic fertility technique in which processed (concentrated and washed) sperms are implanted into a woman’s uterus during ovulation to boost her chances of becoming pregnant.

Is IUI different from IVF treatment?

Fertilization (meeting of egg and sperm) occurs in the body during IUI (fallopian tubes). IVF, on the other hand, is carried out in a laboratory.

What is the success rate of IUI?

The success rate of IUI is approximately 20%.

What is the difference between stimulated IVF and Natural IVF?

Stimulated IVF- A woman takes medicines/injections for 9 to 12 days to stimulate both of her ovaries to generate and mature multiple egg follicles. During the stimulation phase, a physician will do ultrasounds to track the follicles growth until they reach a specified size (18-22mm). Natural IVF- In this cycle, instead of stimulating your ovaries to produce multiple eggs, the Natural Cycle IVF Process is meant to select that one egg that your body produces naturally.

What is the advantage of natural IVF cycle?

Multiple pregnancy risk is reduced. Reduces the high costs associated with stimulation medicines. Reduces the risk of drug-related adverse effects.

What is Controlled ovarian hyper stimulation (COH)?

Controlled ovarian hyper stimulation is a procedure in which the patient’s ovaries are stimulated for 10-12 days with hormone injections (gonadotrophins) in order to obtain the highest number of mature oocytes (eggs).The response to these injections is tracked by ultrasound, and after the cohort of follicles reaches 18-22mm (minimum 4-5), a trigger injection is administered, followed by ovum pickup (egg collection) 34-36 hours later.

What are the risks associated with controlled ovarian hyperstimulation?

Ovaries of some females might respond excessively to the fertility drugs. OHSS(Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome) occurs in a minority of females who overrespond, symptoms of which include, vomiting, nausea, severe discomfort, abdominal distension and dehydration. Note: The patient should immediately notify the clinician in case of such symptoms

When is a couple considered infertile?

A couple is considered to be infertile when they fail to conceive after one year of unprotected sexual intercourse.

Are IVF babies born with deformities?

No, babies born out of IVF do not have any genetic abnormalities.

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