Causes of infertility in men
Call Us TEL: +855 096 247 6439
skype Skype: rfghospital
whatapps WhatApps: 0883399910

We have a team of internationally
trained and experienced staff

Royal Fertility & Genetics hospital

Causes of infertility in men

 The following are common causes of infertility in men.

Semen

Sperm and egg

Semen is the milky fluid that a man's penis releases during orgasm. Semen consists of fluid and sperm. The fluid comes from the prostate gland, seminal vesicle and other sex glands.

The sperm is produced in the testicles. During orgasm a man ejaculates (releases semen through the penis). The seminal fluid helps transport the sperm during ejaculation. The seminal fluid has sugar in it - sugar is an energy source for sperm.

Abnormal semen is responsible for about 75% of all cases of male infertility. Unfortunately, in many cases doctors never find out why. The following semen problems are possible:

Sperm must be the right shape and able to travel rapidly and accurately towards the egg. If the sperm's morphology (structure) and motility (movement) are wrong it is less likely to be able to reach the egg and fertilize it.

Causes of abnormal semen


Advanced Fertility and Gynaecology Centre

Royal Fertility & Genetics hospital(RFG) has Modern lab technology to maximize success for every patient.