Teratozoospermia - Morphology of Sperm

FAQs on Teratozoospermia

Teratozoospermia (also called Teratospermia) refers to malformed shape of the sperms. Sperm morphology refers to the size and shape of the sperms and when the sperm morphology is defective, the condition is referred to as Teratozoospermia. When less than 4% of the sperms are in perfect shape, then the person is said to be suffering from Teratozoospermia condition.

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FAQs on Balanitis

Balanitis is defined as the inflammation of the head of the penis (glans) and or the foreskin on the head of the penis. This is very common condition in uncircumcised men. Some medical experts are more precise when using balanitis. They use balanitis to refer to the inflammation of the penis head alone. When the foreskin on penis head is inflamed, they term it as Posthitis

Curved Penis (Penile Curvature) – Is it normal?

Curved Penis (Penile Curvature) – how much curve is too much?

Curved Penis (Penile curvature) refers to the ‘bend’ of the penis when erect. In most men (or people with a penis), the penis is not straight when erect. It will be either bending up a little or down or sideways etc. But, if the ‘bend’ is too sharp and is not letting you have intercourse, that’s when you should be concerned and see a good sexologist near you.

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FAQs on PRP Injection for Erectile Dysfunction

What is PRP Injection?
PRP stands for Platelet-Rich-Plasma. The plasma is extracted from your own blood by passing it through a centrifuge machine which separates plasma from the blood and concentrates them to 8x the normal count present in the blood. Concentrated plasma looks amber (chrome yellow) in colour. The plasma rich in platelets is injected into the area/tissue which needs to be repaired, regrown or regenerated.

Different HIV Tests – When to get tested for confirmed results?

Different HIV Tests – When to get tested for confirmed results?

“Out of 10 questions I get from my patients and the visitors of my website, 4 are related to catching a sexually transmitted infection because they had oral or protected or unprotected sex with an unfamiliar person” says Dr. Karthik Gunasekaran, one of Chennai’s popular sexually transmitted infection specialist at Metromale Clinic & Fertility Center, Chennai.

Klinefelter syndrome – xxy syndrome, symptoms and treatment

Klinefelter syndrome – xxy syndrome, symptoms and treatment

Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic anomaly where a boy is born with XXY chromosome instead of regular XY chromosome. Typically, a male carries XY chromosomes and a woman carries XX chromosomes. When these two combine, the resultant may be an XX or an XY that defines whether the offspring is a female or a male respectively. A person may not know about this condition until he has problem when trying to have a child. Klinefelter syndrome doesn’t have a cure but it is a treatable condition