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I am Rita Bakshi. Chairperson of InternationalFertility Centre treating infertile couples I am Rita Bakshi. Chairperson of InternationalFertility Centre treating infertile couples for a very long time and at the moment I amtalking on male infertility and the treatment of male infertility. Men get disappointedand frustrated on knowing that the cause lies with them and would often give up treatment.But it is important not to lose hope and find hope and know that the recent scientific developmentshave bought up a major major change for males and on can become pregnant by one or the othermeans if they know how to go about it. Now lets talk of treatment how to you know whena male comes with a count which is less what he can do. So first is the lifestyle modifications.It is important to stop smoking. I see very.
Many young boys smoking and taking to alcoholat every single party. One should not give many young boys smoking and taking to alcoholat every single party. One should not give up living life but it is important that ifyour sperms are getting affected and they do get affected, the motility and the numberof the sperm get affected by smoking. So it is important to stop smoking or at least decreaseit to a minimal level. Second is alcohol. It is also important. if you cannot giveup alcohol. at least two to three times in a week maybe around two pegs in a day butnot more than that. Thirdly is if in drug abuse you know marijuana cocaine it is veryvery common now a days for people to be on drugs. It is very important again to knowthat all this is affecting your sperms. So.
Please give up drugs. Fourthly also it isimportant that you know to give up heat conditions. please give up drugs. Fourthly also it isimportant that you know to give up heat conditions. So anybody you know who is. most of thepeople are into stagnant stationary jobs sitting all the time and testes is a very superficialorgan you know. which is very very prone to heat conditions. The heat destroys thesperm. If you can see, the nature has put organs where they should be so if the testesare hanging out unlike ovaries they are meant to be in a cooler temperature than insideof the body. So keep them cool it is important to avoid steam, sauna, it is important notto wear too tight underwear, it is important to. you know. not work in heat conditionsand so.not. prevent as much heat possible.
As to the testes. Especially in impaired spermcounts. After this is you know medications. as to the testes. Especially in impaired spermcounts. After this is you know medications. So there are erection issues there are ejaculationissues and if those can be treated by hormones then hormones is the answer to them. The nextis obstructive issues. So you know you will find that there are sperms but they are notcoming out. Then there is surgery for them. One can always have vasovagal. So you knowthe vase which is the tract that is getting the sperm out is getting obstructed you canbring out the obstructed portion and get surgery to remove the obstruction. Second is varicoseseal surgery. So any surgery you know which is in which the veins are hanging outsidearound the testes creating high temperature.
One can clip those veins and remove thoseveins so that the testes are cooler again. one can clip those veins and remove thoseveins so that the testes are cooler again. Third is undescended testes. If one findsthat there are no testes in the scrotal sac then you search for the testes. do an MRI.you see the testes somewhere high in the abdomen. It is important to bring the testes down onlythen will it be functional. So it is important to. these are the surgical treatments. Butwhat is really important is the change which has happened for low sperm count is the ARTor the Assisted Reproductive Techniques which have come in. Intra Uterine Insemination IUIas you might have heard by many people is the best treatment with people with low spermcount. You know it's like taking the man's.
Sperm after three to five days of abstinencewashing it. By wash we mean centrifuge. We sperm after three to five days of abstinencewashing it. By wash we mean centrifuge. We centrifuge the sperm putting in a media. Takeout clean sperms. remove from all the debris and the ejaculate material. Just clean freeflowing sperm are taken in a catheter inserted directly inside woman's uterus which is calledintra uterine insemination. So the count which is very low you know now becomes much better.It is like taking out you know something which is flowing in a muddy water. Now you removethe mud you just brought out clean good sperm put them directly inside where it should beand that's how conception can occur. So IUI is a very very big treatment considerationfor males with low sperm count. Second is.
IVF somebody who has very low. less than5 million or lower sperm count for them the IVF somebody who has very low. less than5 million or lower sperm count for them the answer is IVF. In very low sperm count youcan take out the eggs. A woman's eggs are taken outside her body into a testtube andfertilized with a male's sperm. Embryo is made outside. For two or three days you watchthis baby grow and then put it inside a woman. This is called IVF or invitro fertilizationor test tube fertilization. For males with really less count or no sperm count and ifyou have to do a testicular biopsy that means you have to put a needle inside the testestake out the sperm take each egg and insert sperm inside the egg. what is called asintra cytoplasmic sperm injection or ICSI.
Understanding a Womans Fertility Cycle
Woman: Women often ask, quot;What is occurring inside my body during my monthly fertility Woman: Women often ask, quot;What is occurring inside my body during my monthly fertility cycle?quot; A woman's ovaries contain her eggs, the special cells of human reproduction. Hormones regulate a woman's fertility cycle, which usually spans a 28 to 30day period. A woman's fertility cycle begins on the first day of her menstrual period. Earlier in the cycle, the egg begins the process of maturing. That egg matures inside of a fluidfilled sac called the follicle. The follicle increases in size during the first half of the menstrual cycle. Halfway through the cycle, the follicle pops or ruptures, releasing the egg, which then passes into the Fallopian tube. This is called ovulation.
If a healthy sperm is present in the Fallopian tube, the egg will be fertilized, leading to If a healthy sperm is present in the Fallopian tube, the egg will be fertilized, leading to conception. As the follicle grows, it produces a very important hormone called estrogen. After the egg is released, that follicle shrivels up and becomes something called the corpeus luteum and begins making another important hormone called progesterone. Here is a diagrammatic representation of the hormonal changes that occur during the menstrual cycle. As you can see, estrogen rises to a peak just before ovulation and then falls dramatically. After ovulation, estrogen is still being made, but now progesterone becomes the dominant hormone. These hormonal changes are critically important for normal fertility. Estrogen goes.
Right back to the follicle, causing it to mature completely. Estrogen stimulates the lining of the right back to the follicle, causing it to mature completely. Estrogen stimulates the lining of the womb to build it back up after it was shed during the menstrual period in preparation for the baby to implant. And estrogen travels through the bloodstream to the bottom part of the womb, which is called the cervix, and causes a clear, slippery fluid to be produced. This special fluid, in and of itself, plays an important role in a couple's ability to conceive. First, when that fluid is not present in the vagina, sperm die within hours. The egg only lives for 1215 hours, which would make the fertile window very short. When the fluid is present and it's usually produced by a woman's body about.
Four to five days before ovulation, it protects the sperm from the acidity of the vagina and allows four to five days before ovulation, it protects the sperm from the acidity of the vagina and allows the sperm to live for up to five days, lengthening the fertile window. At the molecular level, the cervical fluid is also important because it creates swimming channels for the sperm, which allow the sperm to reach the egg. One of the things that we pay close attention to is the quantity and quality of the cervical fluid, also called cervical mucus. If suboptimal, there are medications and supplements, which can improve the quality of this fluid. Because the cervical fluid is stimulated by a woman's estrogen spike at the time of ovulation, it's also a great external sign of what is occurring hormonally inside of her body. It's.
Like a window into the hidden workings of her reproduction system. like a window into the hidden workings of her reproduction system. Thank you for choosing Saint Peter's. Captions by GetTranscribed .