I am 43 years old and disabled (OKU). I had a polio disease when I was young and at the age of my teenager I was involved with an accident that caused the left kidney damage to be thrown through the left scrotum.
I married 14 years ago and my wife is now 31 years old. Growing ages have made me depressed because we have not been able to get a chance.
I have also received fertility treatments and the doctor told me my semen had no sperm. According to him, my sperm was dead when the semen went out and he completely disappointed me.
Is the man who has a scrotum really can not get it? I’m also quick to feel tired and not energetic when I’m with my wife. Is it because I have one kidney? Besides, is semen without sperm means I’m barren and is there any treatment for my problem?
AND, Johor Bahru
You explain that you are OKU. You are 14 years old and have not been married. You have also undergone a doctor’s examination and are told you have no sperm.
If you happen to have only one penis, to make sure it works normally or otherwise only be identified by careful examination such as taking a piece of tissue from the penis (biopsy pickup and micro screening) to check the position of the sperm plant, whether functioning or not.
This examination can be performed by an expert urologist in the field of male fertility or with an expert andrologist. On the contrary, if semen does not have sperm, this condition is known as ‘azoospermia’.
The ‘azoospermia’ condition can occur if the sperm plant is damaged and fails to produce the sperm or the clogged sperm cord. So follow up inspections by experts can make sure the ducts are blocked or the plant is damaged.
If there is no sperm in the semen, this condition is known as barren. On the other hand, if the sperm is present but rigid or immobile, it does not show a barrier.
If necessary, the sperm can be injected into the egg through the ICSI (Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection Technique) method and if seeding occurs, the resulting embryo is inserted into the womb.
This picture is a sophisticated treatment and requires high spending. The complicated ICSI method and pregnancy rate may be disappointing. Think more about adopting children to solve this problem.
Regarding tiredness with your spouse, it may be because of your disability.
In fact, a penis is sufficient to produce male testosterone hormones. However, you can only be sure about the level of the hormone through blood test.