Sperm Freezing for Future Use: Costs & Best Duration

Infertility affects around 20% of Iranian couples, with 40% of cases attributed to male factors such as low sperm count or poor quality sperm. Sperm freezing can provide a solution for male infertility, offering the possibility of future parenthood or sperm donation to help infertile couples overcome underlying medical conditions.

Vasectomy Procedure: Recovery, Side effects & Effectiveness

A vasectomy is a permanent form of contraception in men that involves cutting or blocking the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the penis. Most vasectomies can be reversed. However, the success rate of vasovasostomy varies and is not guaranteed. Vasectomy reversal can be tried even if several years have passed since the original procedure — but the longer it has been, the less likely it is that the reversal will be effective.
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Retrograde Ejaculation: What If No Sperm Come Out?

Retrograde ejaculation, also known as dry orgasm, is a male condition in which semen enters the bladder due to obstruction in the urethra instead of being fully ejaculated out of the body. This obstruction can happen due to nerve damage or other factors that may affect the bladder sphincter, the muscle that normally closes off the bladder during ejaculation. As a result, the bladder may no longer function properly and stay open, allowing semen to travel backward into the bladder instead of being expelled from the body.
Testicular Atrophy

What Is the Most Common Cause of Testicular Atrophy?

The testicles, also known as the testes, are male reproductive organs responsible for producing sperm and the hormone testosterone. They are located outside the body within the scrotum, a pouch of skin that hangs below the penis. Testicular atrophy is a condition characterized by the shrinking or reduction in the size of the testicles.
Sperm Morphology

Sperm Morphology: Getting Pregnant with Poor Morphology

The evaluation of sperm morphology is an essential part of semen analysis, as it provides valuable information about the quality and viability of sperm. By delving into the intricacies of sperm morphology, we can gain a deeper understanding of its role in reproductive health and its implications for couples struggling with fertility issues.
IVF failure

IVF Failure Reasons: Why Implantation Fails After IVF?

One of the most effective biotechnological methods in treating infertility is the IVF method. During this treatment, the retrieved eggs and sperms are fertilized in the laboratory and the resulting embryo is transferred to the female partner’s uterus. However, some couples may face IVF failure due to high maternal age, low egg quality, a problem in embryo’s development in the laboratory, implantation failure, etc.