If preg­nan­cy does not occur in any way, then it is nec­es­sary to be exam­ined not only for a woman, but also for a man. For this, a sper­mo­gram is tak­en, which will help deter­mine whether there are prob­lems with fer­til­i­ty. How­ev­er, men do not want to agree to such a pro­ce­dure and often they have to be per­suad­ed.

Why does your sig­nif­i­cant oth­er not want this? First, a man may wor­ry about the fact that it is he who is to blame for the absence of chil­dren. Sec­ond­ly, there may be fears that it will not be pos­si­ble to pass the analy­sis, or that friends will react in some wrong way to this fact.

A woman should remind a man that all pos­si­ble prob­lems with his health can be iden­ti­fied much eas­i­er than if it con­cerned the issue of female infer­til­i­ty. And the pos­si­bil­i­ties of treat­ment in this case are much wider. You should also explain that your future chil­dren mean a lot to you and that you are ready for any­thing to have them. Ask if a man, for his part, can also sac­ri­fice some­thing? As a rule, in this case, the future dad agrees and is ready to “show evi­dence” of his readi­ness for father­hood.

The mate­r­i­al for the sper­mo­gram is col­lect­ed by mas­tur­ba­tion, after which the sperm is exam­ined under a micro­scope by the attend­ing physi­cian. Actu­al­ly, it is the very process of col­lect­ing sperm that caus­es so much indig­na­tion in men. How­ev­er, if you live near the clin­ic, you can also col­lect sperm at home. Although most med­ical insti­tu­tions have appro­pri­ate­ly equipped semen col­lec­tion rooms, there are also erot­ic films and pic­tures of the cor­re­spond­ing con­tent. In addi­tion, the wife may also be present next to the hus­band.

If you can’t con­vince your spouse to vis­it the clin­ic and get test­ed, then you can use spe­cial con­doms designed specif­i­cal­ly for col­lect­ing sperm. They dif­fer from the usu­al ones in that they com­plete­ly lack sil­i­cone lubri­cants and fla­vors (the pres­ence of such sub­stances can sig­nif­i­cant­ly dis­tort the results of the analy­sis).

Be that as it may, the exam­i­na­tion of the spouse must cer­tain­ly take place. Indeed, accord­ing to sta­tis­tics, it is male prob­lems that account for 40% of the total num­ber of infer­til­i­ty cas­es. Agree, it is much bet­ter to know the rea­son for the absence of chil­dren in your cou­ple than to live all your life with a diag­no­sis of “unex­plained caus­es of infer­til­i­ty.” More­over, fer­til­i­ty prob­lems are cor­rectable with appro­pri­ate treat­ment.

By Yraa

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