Stimulation of spermatogenesis therapy

Stimulation of Spermatogenesis Therapy

Spermatogenesis is an essential process for male fertility. Stimulation of Spermatogenesis therapy is a non-invasive treatment that aims to improve abnormal sperm counts or recover sperm production after infertility treatments, infections, or illnesses. It involves administering a series of low-intensity electric pulses (electroporation) to the testes to stimulate normal spermatogenesis.

The treatment procedure involves placing trunk-type electrodes above and/or below the testes and delivering pulses of electricity while the patient is supine. The exact parameters of the stimulation are tailored according to the patient’s individual needs, including the patient’s age, fertility status, and desired outcome of the procedure. The pulses are specifically designed to penetrate the scrotal wall and target the testicular tissue. The treatment is typically repeated over a series of sessions, including monthly sessions if needed.

Benefits of Stimulation of Spermatogenesis Therapy:

  • Sperm count and motility can increase by up to 60%.
  • The effects of this treatment are reversible.
  • It is non-invasive and non-surgical.
  • It provides an additional alternative therapy when other fertility treatments fail.
  • The procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis and requires minimal recovery time.
  • The therapy has been found to be safe and effective.

Some potential side effects of Stimulation of Spermatogenesis therapy include minor discomfort during treatment, headache, dizziness, and nausea. However, these are usually mild and temporary and do not interact with ongoing fertility treatments. For best results, it is important to speak to a healthcare professional and discuss the potential benefits and risks of the therapy before starting.