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Couples who want to have children can not have children in spite of regular sexual relations within a year. 30% responsible for males, 30% for females and 30% for both types of pathology.

There is a high infertility rate of about 15% in Turkey. About 50% of couples experiencing difficulties in providing complex pregnancies are problematic regarding the male reproductive system.

Even at this time of technological advancement and drug treatment, the cause of infertility and the way of providing gestation can be quite challenging. In these cases, even if the diagnosis is easy, the treatment may not be possible. But it is not impossible.

Male fertility (reproductive capacity) involves the transmission of sperm produced in the testicles (eggs) throughout the reproductive tract and delivery to the female reproductive tract (vagina) when necessary.

Male fertility begins with the gradual maturation of raw sperm in the smallest ducts (seminiferous tubules) in the testes over an average of 72 days. These maturing sperm cells are called spermatozoa. The maturing sperm is stored in my epididymis and here the movement is gained, so it completes its development in full. After storage, the vas deferens and prostate syringes from the sperm channel are transferred immediately before the emptying of the duct and ureter, if necessary. During discharge, the penis is thrown out through the urethra.

There is a need for genetic formation, healthy organs and hormonal (testosterone and FSH) effects that work perfectly for the formation, maturation, storage and transfer of sperm.

The problems that cause male infertility are usually sperm production, maturation or transfer.

sperm Problems with sperm production and development are the most common problems. Oligoosopermia is the number of defects, asthenospermia is the low motility, oligoasthenespermia if the two are together, and azoospermia if there are no sperm cells.

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