Male infertility treatment in private clinic abroad
Male fertility tends not to decline with age in the same way that female fertility does. Men of all ages can have problems that make them infertile, including. If a man is unable to either have or sustain an erection long enough to have sex, a couple are going to have difficulty conceiving. Many infertility treatments abroad are available for erectile dysfunction, ranging from drug treatment to mechanical devices and surgery abroad. If a man is unable to ejaculate but is still producing sperm, it may be possible to find out why.
Some men experience retrograde ejaculation, where the sperm travels backwards into the bladder. Infertility treatment abroad in this case can be as simple as collecting sperm from the bladder for use in intrauterine insemination (IUI). If a reason can be found for this, the underlying cause may be treatable. Otherwise, sperm can be surgically retrieved for use in, in vitro fertilisation (IVF) with Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Some men have a blocked tube in the testes so cannot transport sperm to the penis for ejaculation. Surgery abroad can be performed to remove a blockage may be possible, but if not, surgical sperm retrieval can be used with IVF/ICSI. The factors that cause all of these problems can be genetic (so present from birth) or they can be acquired during life. Some drug treatments, some infections (mumps, for example, which causes inflammation in the testes) and chronic diseases such as diabetes can all cause male infertility.
Some infertility treatments can be covered by NHS and can be refunded, if infertility treatment is received in a private clinic abroad. Infertility treatment abroad could be alternative you can afford.
It is possible to receive infertility pre treatment and after treatment consultation in London.