Treatments For Male Infertility
• Surgery. For example, a varicocele can often be surgically treated or an obstructed vas deferens repaired. Vasectomy can often be reversed. In cases where no sperm are present in the ejaculate, sperm may often be recuperated directly from the testicles or epididymis using sperm retrieval techniques such as TESA and TESE.
• Treating infections. Antibiotic treatment will cure an infection of the reproductive tract, but doesn't always restore fertility.
• Treatments for sexual intercourse problems. Medications can improve fertility in conditions such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.
• Hormone treatments and medications. Your doctor may give hormone replacement or medications in cases where infertility is caused by high or low levels of certain hormones.
• Assisted reproductive technology (ART). ART treatments especially IVF + ICSI involve obtaining sperm through normal ejaculation, surgical extraction or from donor individuals, depending on each specific case and wishes. The sperm is then inserted into the female genital tract, or used to perform in vitro fertilization or intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection.
When treatment doesn't work
In rare cases, male fertility problems can't be treated, and it's impossible for a man to have a child. The doctor will suggest that you and your partner consider using sperm from a donor to fertilize your partner’s eggs.