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Can A Person With Diabetes Donate Sperm
Spelling and grammar: Hi. Do you mean "How do diabetICS make THEIR low sperm cell count go up"? Diabetes per se doesn't cause a low sperm count. You're young to have chronic complications, although it's not impossible. See a fertility clinic, but don't assume your diabetes is what's causing your low sperm count. Good luck! (And practice spelling and grammar). :-)
Yes, it can: Recent researches have shown that men with diabetes have low sperm count. Uncontrolled blood sugar level and fluctuating blood sugar levels lead to low sperm count. In addition, a research shows that semen volume is lower in diabetic men compared with non-diabetic men and that the nuclear dna in diabetic men's sperm cells is more fragmented.See 1 more doctor answer
I am male, 28 years suffering from diabetes. I done sperm count is low mortility also low can u help me please?
IVF or IUI: In general, there are not a lot of treatments that can improve sperm count. However, that does not mean that it is hopeless. In cases of male factor infertility intrauterine insemination (iui) or in vitro fertilization (ivf) can be very successful. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (icsi) refers to the direct insertion of a sperm into an egg during ivf. It has allowed many men to become fathers.See 1 more doctor answer
What are chances of infertility in someone who's been on methadone for 2 years 95-105mg a day for the past year, has watery sperm, diabetes, and ed?
Diabetes: Hard to be sure without your age. If you have diabetes you MUST see your doctor or nurse specialist as soon as possible.
My husband and I are trying to get pregnant but he has diabetes and a heart condition and taking many medications he lost the sperm can he produve mor?
Probably: Obviously, I don't know the specifics of your husband's condition. But in general, neither diabetes nor heart disease should interfere with his fertility (quality of his sperm) or his libido (desire) although long term diabetes can interfere with his potency. (ability to have an erection).
I have been told that high blood sugar stops sperm production. Can my husband get me pregnant and he has diabetes?
Yes, but...: Diabetic condition may increase the odd to have poor erection and sex performance, but not affect sperm production much at all. Concerning infertility, it is nice to have both partners checked simultaneously since 50% of infertility result from female factors, 30% from male's, and 20% from both sides. So, be checked and see by following instruction in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html.See 1 more doctor answer
I am male, 30 yrs, suffering from type 1 diabetes. Got my semen analysis done where the sperm count is low, mortility almost nil.... Help me out?
Abn sperm, Diabetes: Diabetes like any serious medical problem can affect the sperm. There can be other reasons and the diabetes may not be the problem. I like to think about sperm function and not just count. Some men with low count can have normal function. You need a comprehensive evaluation by a fertility specialist for male infertility (check doc credentials). Treatments are successful even if icsi needed.See 3 more doctor answers
I am diabetes 2 and I want to get married but I am worried about myself that my penis doesn't erect and not have enough sperm when I masterbate. Is?
Here are some...: What & who you are represent what & who you have been. Aging contributes to most of erectile dysfunction (ED), and diabetes mellitus may add more negative impact to ED and may be related with retrograde ejaculation. To learn how to deal with possible and life from now on, peruse the articles in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html & in the articles in http://formefirst. Com/eBlogList. Html.
Masturbation: For the actual donation, sperm is collected by the donor through masturbation. The larger process from applying to be a donor until the sperm can be released includes screening through medical and personal history taking, and extensive testing of the donor mainly for communicable diseases.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes it is ok: Yes it is ok.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes you do: Family history may indicate carrying some genetic issues that need to be tested or disqualify the donor from donation.
Yes: Yes...Can be expensive.Get a more detailed answer ›
Wrong perspective: Less and less places are paying for donations of anything (sperm/egg being a holdout) in general. This is due to concern that "profit motive" may cloud judgment and prevent honest answers to screening tests, potentially causing injury or infection to a recipient.
Legal recourse...: Artificial insemination (AI) is indeed one of modern medical marvel, but is not perfect to reflect perfection would & will never be, but perfecting should be. For AI, its experts do professional due diligence and vigilance so to assure no detectable undesirable medical issues; to separate potential parental tangling & to avoid ethical disturbance, it is better to keep everything in secrecy.
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