Types of Infertility

Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Zara 11 on 18 Dec 2012, 18:00

Cystic fibrosis is one of the causes of male infertlity. An inherited condition that typically involves the lungs and pancreas, but that can present also as a cause of infertility with or without mild sinus problems. Most men who have cystic fibrosis have obstructive azoospermia, because they were born without a vas deferens. This results in male infertility. :? :D :cry: :idea:
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Peet on 18 Dec 2012, 18:10

In man infertility is caused in different ways, and some of them are sperm disorders. Problems with the production and maturation of sperm are the most common causes of male infertility. Sperm may be immature, abnormally shaped, or unable to move properly. Or, normal sperm may be produced in abnormally low numbers (oligospermia) or seemingly not at all (azoospermia). :shock: :oops: :?:
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Red on 18 Dec 2012, 18:14

Cigarette or marijuana smoking, heavy alcohol consumption, exposure of the genitals to high temperatures, hernia repair, undescended testicles, prescription drugs for ulcers or psoriasis, DES taken by mother during pregnancy and mumps after puberty are things that lead to infertility in a man.
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Peet on 18 Dec 2012, 18:17

Deletions in the Y chromosome is one of the dangerous factors that affect male reproductive organ which end up turn man t become infertile. In some persons, there are the usual number of chromosomes (46) in the body cells, but small sections of the Y chromosome are missing or deleted. A small percentage of men with either azoospermia or oligospermia have deletions in the Y chromosome. :idea: :cry: :? :D
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Derick Sam on 18 Dec 2012, 18:20

Sex reversal syndrome and sickle cell disease is a factor that lead to male infertility. The inherited condition affecting the normal production of hemoglobin. A male who has the sex chromosomes of a genetic female (XX, instead of XY), resulting in azoospermia and other characteristics. :cry: :? :D
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Red on 18 Dec 2012, 18:24

It is important to understand that men who have genetic problems which cause their infertility, such as a deletion in the Y chromosome, can pass this problem to their sons, who would also have infertility, if they elect to use their own sperm in achieving a pregnancy. :D :? :D :idea:
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Zara 11 on 18 Dec 2012, 18:27

Many male animate suffer this and later end up becoming infertile. Chromosome rearrangements, for instance in some persons, there are the usual number of chromosomes (46) in the nucleus (center) of cells, but rearrangements in the chromosome material, where a piece of a chromosome has exchanged places with another, has taken place. Men with either azoospermia or oligospermia have a higher frequency of chromosome rearrangements than is found in the general population. :idea: :cry:
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Derick Sam on 18 Dec 2012, 18:30

In the case of immotile cilia syndrome, the sperm count is normal but the spermatozoa are non-motile, such as in Kartagener's syndrome, an inherited disorder. Man become infertile as a result of this. :cry: :idea:
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Zara 11 on 18 Dec 2012, 18:32

This might surprise you but that is the truth. Liver disease, renal disease, or treatment for seizure disorders is a factor that lead to male infertility. :D :cry: :cry: :idea:
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Zara 11 on 18 Dec 2012, 18:33

How is male factor infertility diagnosed the treatment for male factor infertility? :shock: :oops: :?: :ugeek:
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