Treatment of male infertility:
Initially, simple and cause-oriented treatments are preferred. If the problem can be detected, correctable causes such as drug therapy, varicocele surgery, treatment of canal obstructions are eliminated, and it is aimed for the couple to achieve pregnancy in their home. With these treatments, even if pregnancy cannot be achieved, the condition of the man is partially improved and he can benefit from assisted reproductive techniques with greater success. In other words, the success of applications such as in vitro fertilization or vaccination is tried to be increased by the higher number and quality of sperm obtained. While suitable couples may benefit from the method of leaving the sperm of the man prepared in the laboratory by the gynecologist into the uterus of the woman (vaccination = insemination), microinjection = in vitro fertilization may be required as a last resort for those with more severe conditions. In vaccination, 20-30% pregnancy can be achieved per trial, and 40-50% pregnancy can be achieved in in vitro fertilization. However, the amount and quality of sperm in the man, as well as the number and quality of the follicles in the woman's ovaries, the internal structure of the woman's uterus, the age of the woman, the amount of medication used in the treatment and of course the experience of the practitioner are the main factors that determine the success of the treatment. For this reason, the success rate of each couple's treatment should be calculated separately. Today, couples can have children even in cases where microsurgery and endoscopic treatments and assisted reproductive techniques could not produce results in the past.