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Penile implant in the era of Viagra

Viagra:

Viagra tablets (famous as blue pill) sell like hot cakes soon after its launch in 1998 and completed its 20th anniversary in 2018. It still continues to be the first line of medical treatment for penile erection problem (Erectile Dysfunction).

Viagra contains Sildenafil, which was initially tested in cardiac trials. It was termed as a “lucky accident” when the nurses in the wards started noticing that these patients’ who received Viagra preferred lying on their tummy with embarrassment to hide their penile erections. It was then more studies were done to establish its role in erectile dysfunction (ED).

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Benefits of Optimal Testosterone

Low Testosterone (Hypogonadism)

What is low testosterone? 

Testosterone is an important hormone for men. Produced by the testes, the hormone gives men many of their masculine characteristics, like facial hair and a deeper voice. It is involved with sperm production and sex drive. It also contributes to strength, bones, and muscle mass.

 

Low testosterone, also called hypogonadism, occurs when a man’s body doesn’t produce adequate amounts of the hormone.

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Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (ED)

Men who have ED are unable to have or maintain a penile erection that’s firm enough for sexual intercourse and satisfaction.

It can cause low self-esteem, performance anxiety, depression and stress. ED may affect the quality of a marriage or intimate relationship. The good news is there are many safe and effective treatments. Keep Reading

NU Fertility - IVF Treatment

Things To Know Before Opting For IVF

Once a couple decides to go ahead with IVF(In vitro fertilization), the next concern is the success rate and to decide where to do it.

As we all know IVF has its limitations and a variety of factors influence the outcome. Some of them are under our control and some of them are not.

Outcome of an IVF cycle depends on the quality of the embryo which in turn depends on the egg quality and the sperm quality. Egg quality is mainly dependent on the age of the woman. As the age increases , particularly in the late thirties , the chances of having aneuploid/ abnormal eggs increases. ICSI( intracytoplasmic sperm injection) can overcome most of the sperm related problems but severely abnormal semen samples can give rise to poor quality embryos, thereby compromising the IVF success rates. Egg numbers are equally important. Studies show that the IVF success increases as the number of eggs retrieved increases upto about 15 eggs. Thereafter there is no further increase in the success.

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Tips to Boost Male Fertility & Sperm Count

There has been increasing evidence on the global decline in human sperm quality over the past few decades. In the most recent report, an international study group performed a systematic analysis of the current trends in sperm counts. This comprehensive study involved 42,935 men with semen samples spanning over 40 years. They reported a significant decline of 50– 60% in sperm counts amongst men from North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. This latest finding has sparked even greater concern over the reasons behind the apparent decline in the sperm count of Western men.

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Seeing An Infertility Doctor Does Not Mean You Have To Do An IVF

Infertility is a relatively common condition affecting one in 6 couples. Despite this, it remains a taboo. It affects the couple psychologically, economically and socially. They avoid meeting people as “children” will be a topic of conversation. Everybody you meet wants to suggest options. Seeing an infertility clinic is one of them. With the word “infertility clinic” many couples freak out.

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Best Infertility Treatment in Bangalore

OVULATION INDUCTION

What is ovulation?

Usually each month one ovary will be stimulated by hormones produced in the brain. These cause a small cyst or follicle to grow on the ovary in which an egg develops. Another hormone then causes the follicle to release one egg to travel down the fallopian tube where it can be fertilised by the sperm which swims up from the vagina. This usually occurs around 14 days after the beginning of a period, but can vary between 11 – 16 days.

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