Finding out that you don't have any sperm is devastating for most men (and their partners). Lack of sperm in the ejaculate is called azoospermia. This article is a quick [...]
Prolactinemia, including hyperprolactinemia, is a common cause of hypogonadism, low sperm count and male infertility.
You’ve heard of “shooting blanks” – this is where your semen contains little or no sperm. Retrograde ejaculation takes it a step further – this is a condition where a man “shoots nothing at all”.
The human genome is the complete set of instructions for building a human. It is made up of 23 pair of chromosomes which each have somewhere between 500 – 5,000 [...]
Klinefelter Syndrome, also called XXY syndrome, is a genetic condition where boys are born with an extra x-chromosome, leading to fertility complications.
The ugly step-brother to varicose veins, varicoceles are dialated viens in the scrotum that can cause pain, infertility & low T. Surprisingly common, they impact 15% of all men and can be corrected surgically.
There are a lot of reasons why sperm goes awol. Sometimes its an issue of mis-firing the gun and others because there aren’t any bullets to load. The first step is to figure out the underlying issue, then to put together a plan for how to fix it.
Y Chromosome Microdeletion, or YCM, is a common genetic cause of male infertility. It is caused by the genetic re-shuffling of the Y chromosome. Read on to learn more..
Male plumbing seems simple, but a lot can go wrong with a man's reproductive system. Learn about the common causes of male infertility and their treatments.
What causes testicular failure? There are several possible reasons that testicles don't support sperm production. Some of the most common include: cancer, genetic disorders, maldecent of testicle and severe injury.
Hypogonadism, otherwise known as Low T, has received a lot of press recently. Learn how hypogonadism is diagnosed, what causes it and treatment options available.
<< Topics | Causes & Conditions | Reproductive Disorders Abnormal testicular descent is fairly common (30% among premature babies and 1-4% of full term babies). It a major risk [...]
After 3 years, 4 doctors, countless tests, several misdiagnosis and a lot of frustration, this couple was able to conceive with a genetic condition known as Y Chromosome Microdeletion. Here's their story