Male factor

Problems with sperm concentration, motility and structure, which affect their ability to fertilize your egg. Did you know that most of the causes of infertility are usually symptomless?

Although four of the five factors that influence infertility are due to female causes, millions of couples face situations that are due to the male factor, or even a combination of male and female conditions. If you and your partner have been trying to have a baby for 12 months without success, the recommendation is to see a reproductive specialist.

Main causes 

Anejaculation: refers to the absence of ejaculation.
Asthenozoospermia: low sperm motility.
Azoospermia: lack of sperm in semen.  
Diabetes mellitus: can lead to testicular damage, reduced sperm count and insufficient sperm quality.  
Teratozoospermia: alterations in the shape or structure of spermatozoa. 
Erectile dysfunction: inability to achieve and maintain an erection. 
Seminal infections: caused by harmful micro-organisms in the prostate, vesicles, vas deferens, epididymis or testicles.
Varicocele: dilation of the veins that send blood out of the testicles. 
Vasectomy: surgery in which the ducts of the scrotum are blocked or cut. 

Can I have a baby if there is male factor infertility?

Any impediment or alteration that you are going through in your ovulation process can be adequately treated and is not an impediment for you to have a baby. Remember that every body and treatment is unique, but if this is your case, the safest and most viable option to become a mother is In Vitro fertilization (IVF).

If you can't have your baby because of a male factor,
together we will make it happen.

The first step is to take part in our Initial program, carried out by specialists in Assisted Reproduction.
Together, we will bring that star down from the sky.
Initial Program

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