It is the “spermatogenic dysfunction”, that is the failure to make sperm, which is overwhelmingly a common cause of male infertility.
It is a condition where there are only a few sperm. Depending on the degree, we will do artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization, and in cases where there in an extremely low number of sperm it becomes a candidate for micro-insemination.
It is a bad state of the motility rate of the sperm. Depending on the course and condition, we will do artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization or micro-insemination.
It is a condition where there are many sperms that are malformed. We will choose normal sperm and do in vitro fertilization and micro-insemination.
This is a condition where there is not even one sperm found in the seminal fluid, but we can collect almost half of the patient’s sperm from the testicles and epididymis through TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction). If we find even just one sperm, then it will be a possibility of pregnancy through ICSI (Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection- “micro insemination”), where we directly inject the sperm in to the oocyte.
We are providing treatment based on the sperm criteria from the World Health Organization.
|Volume of Semen||1.4ml or greater|
|Concentration of Sperm||At least 16 million per 1 ml|
|Motility rate||42％ or greater|
|Total motile sperm count||9.4 million|
|Progressive||30% or greater|
|Normal morphology||4％ or greater|
|Abnormal/Malformation rate||96％ or less|
|White blood cell count||Less than 1 million per 1 ml|