The fleeting technological advancements in medical sciences have rendered a rational outlook busting several myths and taboo culture. The tremendously sensitive medical condition of infertility is no different. For the person, infertility challenges require all-round support, and sometimes a kind and empathetic voice. What’s assured and on the table is that the couple are going through a terrible time, and it is albeit your duty as a friend to support these challenges.
Amongst all the hype about commitment and kids, deep down every man loves to spread his seeds. The male species is genetically programmed to impregnate a female. Every healthy offspring is considered as a living proof for a man’s masculinity. Oligospermia or low sperm count will come as a death blow to an alpha male’s ego. Knowing he cannot reproduce usually leaves many men incredibly insecure and disturbed.
Oligospermia is a self-induced scenario in half of the cases. Excessive drinking, chain smoking, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) everything leads to this infertile condition. Let us discuss two important causes for low sperm count in males.
We at Shrikhande IVF & Surrogacy Center Nagpur, India understand the emotional burden that infertility can have on a woman and are determined to find the root cause of the problem. Infertility may be a result of certain underlying condition hence we specialise in identifying these conditions and help many women become pregnant upon treating their diagnosis.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is the process of removing an egg from a woman’s ovary and fertilizing it with a sperm in the laboratory. The fertilized egg, now referred to as an embryo, is then returned to the woman’s womb to grow and develop. IVF, commonly known as the test tube baby technique, begins with a series of hormonal therapy to stimulate the development of several follicles in the ovary. As it is with every other method of fertility treatment. There are several things that a patient should be aware of while considering an IVF such as: