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Can Impotent Men Have Children
Many causes: Whatever prevents a man from being able to have intercourse and ejaculate semen with normal parameters into vagina can lead to male factor infertility. It includea, but is not limited to, erectile dysfunction, ejaculatory dysfunction, low or absent sperm count, low motility, low morphology, endocrine dysfunction, medical comorbidities, meds, drug use, etc. Best to obtain a urological evaluation.See 1 more doctor answer
Not true: They can have children. Steps to take 1. What is the cause of panhypopituitarism? Is it genetic 2. Are there sperm in ejaculate (detected by semen analysis) 3. If few sperm are found consideration is given to freeze them 4. If no sperm then consideration for treatment with injectable medications to increase sperm production. 5. Sperm are used for ivf and icsi.
There may not be one: I'm not aware of a specific charity that donates to all groups equally. Even defining "equal" is tough - equal in terms of number of cases of cancer per group means that men and women will need a greater percentage of the proceeds. Equal in terms of number of years of life lost to cancer means that children have a stronger balance in the decision. Many groups do try to help all three groups.See 2 more doctor answers
Is there a problem in making children if you have genu valgum? I mean...Can men make sex or they have some difficulties?
Yes: The musculo skeletal system is complety independand of the reproductive system, that means that yes they can have intercourse and reproduce.See 1 more doctor answer
Perhaps: This is best asked of those who do the procedure. Generally it is not recommended on teenagers or young men who might change their minds later. There are exceptions to every rule and if you have solid reasons for not wanting to reproduce then it is probable that you could receive a vasectomy.
Yes and no: The impact of age on the male is much less dramatic or predictable than that of females.Sperm generate from stem cells, millions at a time. The healthiest make the strongest swimmers and increases the prospect of a healthy outcome. Women are born with a finite # of eggs, subject to the toxic effects of time/drugs/radiation and the outcome of conception remains the quality of the young or old egg.
No: The majority of 47XYY males are fertile and have chromosomally normal offspring.
Yes.: Sickle cell disease must be inherited from both parents. So it depends on the mother of the child. If she has sickle cell - all of your children will have sickle cell. If she has sickle cell trait - there is a 50% chance your children will have sickle cell disease, and a 50% chance of your children having sickle cell trait. If she has no sickle cell - your children will have sickle cell trait.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes but note:: 1. Cystic fibrosis may affect male fertility through a. Thick viscid semen b. Association with absence of the vas, the tubes that conduct sperm from testes to outside. Thick sperm can be easily handled with iui. Obstruction can be addressed through harvesting sperm from the testes and using it for ivf. 2. Genetic consideration: there is a risk of transmission of CF to children-genetic counseling.See 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Possible if they have one testicle still left over, but chance goes down again if they had chemotherapy also.
Absolutely-: That pain is just as bad if you are 2, 20 or 70. These areas have large numbers of pain fibers and are very sensitive from day 1. In young kids the testicles are obviously smaller, so not as big of an area to actually get hit/injured, but when they are, just as painful.
Absolutely: Losing one testis won't impact fertility except in the uncommon situation that it triggers an autoimmune response. Usually a guy will bank his sperms (as lance armstrong did) before going in for surgery that might lead to the loss of even one.
Postpardom or possibly another reason why this woman leaves all her kids dad after the children are born? Ok I know a woman who has 5 kids all with diffrent dads. Everything with her and the men are great up until the baby is born. Her longest relationsh
It: It wouldn't be fair for me to try to diagnose this woman via an email. However, clearly there is a problem. When traumatized early in life, it can have far reaching effects into the future. A person who has issues with sustaining relationships might well benefit from therapy.
Can men with atypical cystic fibrosis have children? I have 2 children, I have no symptoms of CF and I am 32 years old. Never tested for CF.
Often rapid decline: This is a very difficult disease and often shortens life significantly. It is genetic so the fact that it reduces fertility can have some benefit too. Passing it on is not desirable. If he wants to share in a child's life - there may be better ways than fatherhood. Sorry. I expect this is sad for you.
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