Male Infertility Treatment - By BabyBloomIVF

Male Infertility refers to the inability of the male which causes pregnancy in a female. The male’s ability in conceiving a baby. Male infertility commonly occurs due to the reason in diminishing the quantity of semen and its quality which is used to surrogate measure of male fecundity.

Male fertility is a complex process which helps in your partner getting pregnant, the following must occur:

  • Production Of Healthy Sperm.

Production of healthy sperm may lead to the growth and the formation of the male reproductive system at the time of puberty. One of the testicles must be functioning properly, and your body must produce testosterone and other hormones to trigger and maintain sperm production.

  • Enough sperm in the semen. If the quantity of sperm in the semen (sperm count) is less, it results in decreasing the odds that one of your sperm will fertilize in your partner’s egg.
  • Sperm must be functional and able to move. If the movement or function of the sperm is abnormal, and the sperm may not be able to reach your partner’s egg.


Some other causes in the male infertility includes:

  • Drug use. Use of cocaine or marijuana results in temporarily decreasing in the quality and the quantity of semen
  • Alcohol use. Consumption of alcohol can lower the level of testosterone, causes erectile dysfunction and diminishing sperm production.
  • Tobacco smoking. Smokers may have a lower sperm count as compared to noon smoker. On the second-hand smoke also affects the male fertility.
  • Emotional stress. Stress is the reason with certain hormones which is to needed in the production of sperm. Delicate emotional stress, including in the problems with fertility and also can affect in sperm count.
  • In accordance of certain researches, the thing which gets highlighted is if a male partner is having a severe depression can cause in sexual dysfunction during the reduction of libido, erectile dysfunction, or delayed or inhibited ejaculation.
  •  Obesity can affects fertility in several ways, including directly impacting sperm themselves as well as by causing hormone changes that reduce male fertility.


Infertility causes stress for both the partners. Complications of male infertility can include:

  • Surgeries or other several procedures which is to be treated in an underlying cause of low sperm count or other reproductive problems.
  • Expensive and involved major reproductive techniques
  • Stress and relationship issues not having a child


Several types of male infertility aren’t safe. However, it can be avoidable for some known causes of male infertility. For example:

  • No Smoking.
  • Limited consumption of alcohol.
  • Avoidation of drugs.
  • Keep the weight off.
  • Reduction of stress.