Male Infertility and Sexual Dysfunction

Male Infertility and Sexual Dysfunction

Medication and surgical procedures are available for men suffering from infertility. Hormonal treatment can be attempted when male seminal fluid has an abnormally low sperm count. In addition, surgical procedures such as PESA and TESA are available for males that do not respond to hormonal treatment and that continually show low sperm counts. Surgery can also be used to alleviate problems caused by varicoceles.

Medication and surgery is also available for men who have shown problems with ejaculation and erections. Microsurgical techniques (vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy) can be used to correct blockage in the vas deferens and ductal system used during sperm transport. Transurethral resection can be used for patients that are suspected to have obstructions within the ejaculatory ducts. Finally, medication is available to help those having problems experiencing erections.