Mens Health Problem – Male Infertility


There are following kinds of male infertility:
1.Secretory infertility.
1.1Innate form – testicles abnormality.
1.2 Acquired form – consequences of infective diseases influence for testicles, of lasting supercooling, nutrition disorder, radiation and x-ray injuries (infectious parotitis, typhus, influenza, syphilis, malaria, tuberculosis, alcoholism, lack of vitamins A and E in food, blood circulation failure in testicles).
2.Normospermatogenic sterility.
2.1 Innate form – obstruction of spermoducts, determined by abnormalities of development of epididymises (testicle appendages), spermoducts, spermatocysts, by hypospadias, epispadias, etc.
2.2 Acquired form – inflammatory or posttraumatic urethra injuries; bilateral specific or unspecific epididymitis; inflammatory or traumatic injuries of spermoducts after surgeries; chronic prostatitis, vesiculitis, etc.
3.Associated infertility – secretory failure of sex glands of different genesis combined with obstruction or intoxication occurrences.
4.Immunologic Infertility.
5.Other (unclassified) infertility forms – relative, aspermatism, retrograde ejaculation, etc.