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In the past the women was usually blamed when a couple couldn't have a child. The investigation for infertility began and ended with evaluation of the women alone. Thus,  women were often subjected to a D & C, laparoscopy test etc. only to be told at the end of it all that everything was normal. It was not uncommon, in fact, for a man to divorce not one, but several wives, under the mistaken (and chauvinistic) belief that she the women alone was responsible for the inability to bear children. Needless to say such men did not realize  that their infertility was the cause of the inability to produce children. 


To be infertile means to be unable to have children. From a medical standpoint, a couple is considered to be infertile if there has been no pregnancy after one - two years of unprotected sexual intercourse. For the fertility process to proceed smoothly, both the man and the women should be basically healthy and normal.


Unfortunately, this aspect of conception is not known to many people. Traditionally it is the women who is usually blamed when a couple can't have a child. The investigation for infertility begins and ends with evaluation of the women alone. Thus, a women is often subjected to a D & C, laparoscopy etc. only to be told at the end of it all that everything is normal. It is not uncommon, in fact, for a man to even divorce, not one but several wives under the mistaken (and chauvinistic) belief that she alone is responsible for the inability to bear children. Needless to say such men do not have children even after several marriages!


WHAT PERCENTAGE OF MEN ARE INFERTILE?

Approximately 15-25% of most cohabiting couples are infertile. Of these, in and up to 50% percent of cases it is the male factor or the husband who is responsible for the infertility according to medical research and medical experience. Doctor's have reported this fact, time and time again.
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This means that nearly 7.5% to 10% of all men in the productive age group are infertile i.e. incapable of fathering children. This, by any ruler, is a stupendous figure but one that very few people know about.

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WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INFERTILITY & IMPOTENCE?
It is important to note that infertility and impotence are quite different entities. Failure to discern between the differences of the two is a needless cause of frustration, anxiety, embarrassment and stigma that goes with the latter term of impotence. See
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Impotence means an inability to attain or sustain an erection for satisfactory sexual intercourse to take place. The term has no bearing whatsoever on the fertility status of the male. It is thus possible for a totally impotent man to be potentially fertile. Artificial insemination can be successful by using the sperm of an impotent male.


Infertility, on the other hand, means an inability to produce children. This usually results from the husband's semen being infertile or sob-fertile. Most infertile men are perfectly normal in terms of potency and have very satisfactory sexual relations with their partners.


WHAT CAUSES MALE INFERTILITY?

A number of clinical conditions and diseases can be responsible for male infertility such as mumps, smallpox, viral infections, sexually transmitted diseases, testicular injury, environmental toxins, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, hormonal imbalance, vasectomy, testicular obstruction, spinal cord lesions, genetics, cystic fibrosis, general sexual dysfunction, and perhaps many more causes. Sometimes, in spite of the most meticulous search, no obvious cause can be found for the infertility. A first area to look at is hormonal imbalance, resulting from improper diet and drug use. The herb Maca has had extremely remarkable results world wide with male and female infertility and male impotence and is definitely worth taking for several months. To learn more about
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Treatment of male infertility is difficult and sometimes frustrating. Immediate results are hard to produce and it is important to be persistent with therapy.


HOW IS INFERTILITY DIAGNOSED?
An initial evaluation can be performed by a primary care physician. The doctor will check for obvious hormonal or reproductive disorders that could possibly explain the infertility, such as an excess or deficiency of thyroid hormone, an excess of prolactin (a hormone involved in regulating menses), or an excess of androgens (hormones that stimulate male sexual characteristics) The physician will look for excessive facial or body hair and other symptoms of hyperandrogenism, such as obesity, acne and menstrual irregularities.

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A pelvic examination will check for signs of endometriosis, uterine fibroids, inflammation of the mucus membrane or other cervical abnormalities, cysts or other growths, and congenital abnormalities. After an initial evaluation, the couple will be referred to a reproductive endocrinologist, (an infertility specialist). Both partners will be evaluated by a specialized medical team that includes the physician, scientists, nurses, technicians and other staff members.


Specialists will use a variety of tests to diagnose the cause of infertility such as hormone testing, sperm testing, ovulation tests, hysterosalpingogram, laparoscopy and hysteroscopy to determine the cause or source of the infertility factor.


FEMALE INFERTILITY

Infertility in a women can be caused by a variety of medical conditions. Problems include failure to ovulate, hormonal imbalances that leave the uterine lining unprepared for implantation of the embryo, abnormalities of the uterus, scar tissue from infections in the fallopian tubes or on the ovaries or the uterus, inadequate cervical mucus, production of anti-sperm antibodies, or habitual miscarriage. Endometriosis, uterine fibroids, or uterine polyps in a woman also can inhibit conception and implantation.
 
          

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