Male infertility treatment in Turkey

Male infertility treatment

Delayed childbearing is a common health problem for couples, and many are looking for ways to treat it in both males and females. Male infertility is treated under the supervision of Turkey's elite doctors.

An overview of infertility

Infertility is defined as the inability of the spouses to conceive after a full year or more of their marriage despite having regular sex without using any condom or contraceptive method.
If you are experiencing difficulty in having a child, you are not alone. 15% couples have reproductive problems, and in half of the cases the cause of infertility is men, so it is important to know the causes of male infertility, diagnose it and treat the problem with the best medical means.
The reason behind delaying your childbearing may be due to a health condition for you or your partner, as studies indicate that 10% women of reproductive age between 15 to 45 years have difficulty getting and maintaining pregnancy, there is a combination of factors that prevent children and must From identifying and diagnosing them to choosing safe and appropriate methods to improve your chance of getting pregnant and having children.
Half of infertility cases are attributed to the husband. There are many reasons, including a lack of sperm production and weakness, or blockage of the ducts that carry sperm. The correct diagnosis of the cause of infertility is the main step in treatment.

Symptoms of infertility in couples 

The main and most obvious symptom of infertility is the lack of pregnancy or the difficulty of continuing it naturally without aborting the fetus. There are a group of other symptoms that may explain the lack of pregnancy. Some women have irregular menstrual cycles and some men suffer from Varicose veins in the testicle Which are known as edema in the blood vessels that cause blood clots in the testicles of men and their enlargement, or they have hormonal changes and genetic factors.
Among the possible symptoms that may be associated with Infertility in women:
  • Absence of menstruation for several months and irregularity.
  • High prolactin (milk hormone) and the woman is not breastfeeding.
  • Coarse hair growth in the chin and abdomen area.
  •  Disorders in the functions of the thyroid gland.
  • Psychogenic eating disorders.
While that Signs of male infertility Those who suffer from a health condition that leads to delay in having children may be:
  • Enlargement of the testicle or the expansion of its blood vessels, which leads to high temperature and death of sperm.
  • Problems related to ejaculation, such as: premature ejaculation, lack of ejaculate, or difficulty ejaculating.
  •  Problems related to the practice of marital relationship, such as weak ability and sexual desire, in addition to the lack of sufficient erection.
  • Abnormally enlarged breasts (gynecomastia).
  • Hair is distributed abnormally and falls out of the chest so that its appearance becomes similar to the distribution of hair in women. This is the result of a genetic or hormonal imbalance.
  • Exposure to frequent chest infections.
  • Not distinguishing the smells of things and losing the sense of smell.

    The form of pathological gynecomastia in men
    Gynecomastia in men

What are the cases that need to consult a doctor in Turkey? 

There is no need for the newly married partners to resort to consulting a doctor for procreation and searching for a treatment for infertility before at least a full year has passed since the marital relationship has been regularly and repeatedly at the time of ovulation and without any contraceptive protection methods, but there are some patients who must request a consultation urgent medical care, including:
  • Women over the age of 35 and have not had a pregnancy within six months of unprotected marriage.
  • Any woman over the age of forty.
  • Your menstrual cycle is irregular or absent.
  • If there is a history of infertility in the woman or women from her family or Ovarian cysts.
  • exposure to treatment chemist or radiation therapy for cancer.
  • Recurrent miscarriages and cases of chronic pelvic infections.
As for the circumstances in which it is necessary to seek medical advice for men, they are as follows:
  • If the testicles are smaller than normal, swollen, enlarged, or painful
  • If it is found that the number of sperms is low when conducting a semen analysis, so that the result of the analysis shows that one milliliter of it contains less than 15 million sperms.
  •  Pathological story of infertility in the family.
  • Previous surgeries on the testicles or prostate.

What are the causes of male infertility? 

The husband needs sperm with special specifications in order for fertility to be achieved and the eggs to be fertilized.
 The process of sperm synthesis in a man’s body requires the presence of at least one functioning testicle and that he has enough male hormones, of which testosterone is the most important. .
The semen must contain more than twenty million sperms per milliliter, provided that it is fast and its head is strong and capable of penetrating the body of the eggs and fertilizing them.
The treatment of male infertility depends mainly on the diagnosis of the cause, which can be classified as follows:

 Varicocele

The valves in the veins around the testicle close, causing blood to stay in them. These blood vessels play a major role in regulating the temperature and keeping it low to provide a suitable environment for sperm.
 If the temperature rises, this leads to the death of sperm in large numbers or impedes their movement.

Prepare Varicocele The most common cause of reversible infertility in men, as there are a large number of cases of male infertility cured after a varicocele was found.

Venous dilatations, which are known as varicoceles, are one of the causes of male infertility. In order to treat male infertility, the varicocele must be managed first.
Varicocele and must be managed in order to treat male infertility

 septic diseases

Viral or bacterial infections, especially sexually transmitted ones, may affect the manufacture of sperm and distort their shape or cause fissures and infections in the tubes transporting animals, and it is important to treat Prostate infections The urinary tract.

 Erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation

Men who suffer from chronic diseases such as diabetes, spinal injuries or neurological diseases face difficulties in ejaculating semen, and some psychological problems such as painful intercourse and premature ejaculation lead to difficulties in conceiving, whether the reason is psychological or physiological, as in cases of retrograde ejaculation, which causes rebound The semen is directed towards the bladder instead of being expelled to the outside. It is necessary to treat male infertility by treating the cause.
Some men suffer from the testicle not moving towards the scrotum and remaining in the abdomen during development during fetal life. If the condition is not detected early and treated, the testicle becomes nonfunctional and must be removed for fear of carcinogenesis.

 Genetic and hormonal causes

Testosterone is necessary for the production of sperm in sufficient quantities and of normal characteristics.
 The process of secretion of these hormones is controlled by a group of glands in the body, including the pituitary gland, the hypothalamus gland, and the gonads of the testicle.
There are several hereditary diseases that are passed down within families that also affect the amount of sperm produced in men, including cystic fibrosis and Klinefelter syndrome in which the male is born with a double X chromosome and one copy of the Y chromosome, and this in turn negatively affects the development of male reproductive organs.

 environmental and biological factors

People who work in certain professions are more likely to suffer from infertility than other men.
 This is due to their exposure to many toxic substances, which in turn weaken the sperm or lead to their death.
Treatment for such cases requires keeping away from the risk factor, such as pesticides, heavy metals and paints, as well as workers in radiation fields who are frequently exposed to X-rays.
Surgical operations on the testicles, seminal tubes or prostate can also cause infertility in a man.
 Taking some medications, especially exposure to chemotherapy and steroid medications, affects the quantity and quality of sperm produced. Therefore, attention must be paid to the presence of such cases when treating male infertility.
Studies indicate that smoking, alcohol and drugs cause sexual weakness in men, and weight gain hinders the relationship between spouses. Therefore, a large part of male infertility treatment is related to lifestyle changes and a new healthy lifestyle.

Tumors

Tumors or cancers that arise at the expense of the glands that secrete male hormones, such as testicular tumors, may affect male fertility, in addition to tumors of the pituitary gland that secrete the hormone prolactin, which are linked to sexual dysfunction in men.

How can the causes of male infertility be diagnosed in Turkey? 

Diagnosing and knowing the causes of infertility requires conducting analyzes and examinations for both parties, which in turn may be expensive, but help reveal the cause of infertility and develop an appropriate plan for treatment.
The causes of male infertility are often diagnosed by performing one of the following tests:

General physical examination with a detailed clinical history

The doctor performs a comprehensive examination of the patient, which includes examining the genitals to detect abnormalities or changes. In addition, the doctor asks the patient about a history of chronic diseases, previous surgeries that may cause infertility, or the presence of family genetic diseases accused of causing infertility.

semen analysis

An important test to determine the cause of infertility, a fluid sample is collected in a test tube and sent to a laboratory where the fluid is studied under a microscope.
The presence of morphological or functional changes in the movement and number of sperms, and infection can be detected by semen culture.

hormonal tests

Hypothalamus and pituitary hormones play an important role in the process of fertilization and the production of semen, so titration of these hormones in the blood helps in revealing the causes of infertility.

genetic testing

If the production of semen is low, or if a genetic syndrome that causes infertility is suspected, a blood test and genetic tests can be ordered to investigate the Y chromosome and detect the presence of genetic syndromes such as Klinefelter syndrome.

Male infertility treatment in Turkey

In order for the treatment to be feasible, the patient must first acknowledge his need for treatment and make sure that the wife does not suffer from any health problem that causes her infertility.
The best way to treat infertility is to find out the cause that led to infertility and treat it. The treatment methods used are:

surgery in Turkey

Surgical treatment contributes to solving many cases of infertility, such as those caused by varicocele or blockage of the ducts that carry sperm.

hormonal therapy

If the blood tests reveal the presence of a hormonal disorder, then this disorder is corrected either with hormone replacement therapy or through hormone inhibitory therapy.

Septic infection treatment

Infertility may be caused by a bacterial or viral infection that affects the formation of semen. In this case, this problem is solved by treating the infection, but it is not necessary that treating the infection will solve the problem of infertility, as the infection may be irreversible in some cases.

Treatment of intercourse problems

In cases that prevent adequate intercourse to fertilize the egg, such as in the case of erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.

ART

Through these techniques, the process of fertilization of the sperm with the egg is facilitated. The basic principle of assisted fertilization is to take a sample of the husband’s sperm, either through natural ejaculation or surgically, in order for the sperm to be fertilized with the wife’s egg, either by injecting them into the woman’s genital tract, or the sperm may be injected into a tube containing the wife’s egg to be completed Insemination by tube, and then the fertilized egg is transferred and implanted in the wife’s womb. This method is called the process IVF.

The latest medical findings in the treatment of male infertility 2022

In addition to the traditional methods of treating male infertility previously mentioned, Study Modern to the role of antioxidants in improving fertility in both men and women, antioxidants are available in both vitamin C and vitamin E, which are abundant in vegetables, fruits and vegetable oils.

Why should I choose treatment in Turkey?

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common questions

It is the inability of the spouses to produce a pregnancy despite the passage of a full year of regular sexual intercourse without the use of contraceptives.
The most important sign of male infertility is the absence of pregnancy in the wife after intercourse that lasted for at least a year without the use of contraceptives. The man may not show other accompanying signs, in some cases accompanying symptoms such as testicular enlargement or atrophy, and you may see signs of A hormonal disorder such as gynecomastia, redistribution of hair in a female pattern, in addition to problems in the marital relationship such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.

The treatment of male infertility depends on determining the cause that led to the occurrence of infertility. In the event of a varicocele in the testicle, surgical intervention is performed and the condition is corrected. In other cases, such as early ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, these causes are managed in order to treat male infertility and improve the ability to have children.

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