Male Infertility – What are the tests done to diagnose male infertility?

Male Infertility – What are the tests done to diagnose male infertility?

When you are trying to become a father with your female partner but failing, remember that in 40% of the cases, the problem exists with male, 40% of the times with female and in rest 20% of the cases, the issue lies in both the partners as per statistical data. As a man, especially in India, the first thing you should do is to stop blaming the woman for not able to bear a child. Secondly, put your woman through infertility testing after your sexologist determines that you are perfectly fertile and good in sexual health.

Micro TESE

Micro TESE – Microdissection TEsticular Sperm Extraction Patients with Non Obstructive Azoospermia (NOA), were once considered infertile with very few treatment options due to the absence of sperm in the ejaculated semen. As reproductive science advanced, there came in ICSI (Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection) and various applications of sperm retrieval techniques including Micro TESE. The…

Role of Stress in Sexual Problems in Men and Women

How are Sexual Problems Triggered – The Role of Stress

Sexual functioning which is sexuality, desire and satisfaction is often a cultural and multidimensional thing. No one universal rule or law applies. I often find however there is a single common denominator which plays a great role in affecting sexual functioning. Stress. As we know, it has been proven in studies to affect male and female sexual functioning.