Tratamientos para la esterilidad masculina

Male sterility

In Cefer we have the most advanced treatments for male sterility problems

An increasingly number of men suffers every day from sterility problems. Their lifestyle, the pollution, the stress and many other factors can produce anormalities and result in sterility, according to many WHO (World Health Organization) researches.

Anomalies that can result in male sterility:
  • Erectile dysfunction
    It is the incapacity of having a full erection in order to mantain a sexual intercourse. The cause of this problem is studied and we apply the approppriate treatment. If a man afflicted with erectile dysfunction wants to have children, and his sperm quality is good, we recommend to undergo an artificial insemination treatment.
  • Anejaculation
    There is no ejaculation, so the egg cannot be fertilised. The more frequent causes are diabetes and spinal cord injuries, as paraplegia, and also hormonal or psychological problems.
    Some possible treatments may be: electroejaculation, vibratory stimulation, testicular sperm extraction, or the prostate massage, exclusive to Cefer Reproductive Institute. Depending on the sperm quality, we can apply many assisted reproduction techinques, as in vitro fertilisation, the ICSI, or the artificial insemination.
  • Azoospermia
    It occurs when the sperm does not contain spermatozoa. The are two types of azzospermia: secreting (when no sperm si generated) and obstructing (when there is a problem in the sperm ducts). Each of them requires a specific treatment.
  • Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia
    It refers to the low quality and motility of sperm due to many problems, such as genetic disorders, chromosomal and hormonal abnormalities, infections, obstructions of sperm ducts, varicoceles, etc. Depending on the oligozoospermia level, and only if it cannot be treated, we recommend undergoing artificial insemination, in vitro fertilisation, or the ICSI technique.
  • Asthenozoospermia
    It occurs when the sperm has low motility, which reduces the chances for the sperm to get into the Fallopian tubes and fertilise the egg. The treatment depends on the asthenozoospermia causes, that can vary from an infection to a varicocele, alterations of the shape of the spermatozoon, or the presence of sperm antibodies. If the asthenozoospermia cannot be treated, we recommend the artificial insemination, the in vitro fertilisation, or the ICSI technique.
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