How is Hyperspermia Treated?
Hyperspermia is a rare condition in which the amount of semen released by a man during ejaculation is higher than normal. This condition usually does not require any treatment until unless a man faces issues in impregnating his female partner.
In some men with hyperspermia, the sperm may be found diluted with excess fluid, while in others there may be a thick discharge with dead sperms. Both cases can cause fertility issues or even miscarriage. In such a situation, one should approach experts for the right kind of treatment.
Hyperspermia Treatment and Precautions
As the adage goes, prevention is better than cure. Below are a few ways in which you can prevent this condition:
- Stay away from drugs that increase sexual performance: Stay away from sex boosting drugs and devices as it builds up the semen which in turn increases the ejaculate quantity.
- No Sexual abstinence: Avoid long gap between sexual intercourse.
- Stay away from steroids and protein and fiber rich diet: One should avoid consumption of high potency steroid hormones and a diet rich in protein and fiber that may lead to an increase in semen production.
Treatment for Hyperspermia
If one faces any sexual or fertility problems due to this condition, then proper treatment should be taken. Doctors can provide the right treatment according to the problem faced by the patient. Hyperspermia treatment includes:
Treatment for excessive seminal discharge: Large volume of seminal discharge may cause issues for the patient as well as his partner. Seminal discharge may be thick or thin in consistency. The partners of such patients may feel uncomfortable or irritated by such an excessive volume of ejaculation which in turn causes mental stress and psychological issues in one's life. It is always best advised to consult an urologist who can help with the treatment procedures to reduce the seminal discharge volume.
Increase sperm count: If the patient is unable to impregnate his partner, then he must consult a fertility expert who can help by providing medicines to increase the sperm count. When the sperm count and semen volume becomes proportional, a patient with hyperspermia may have high chances of fertilizing his partner.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI): In some cases, fertility experts may harvest the healthy sperm from the patient's reproductive tract and inject it into his partner's egg using In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) technique.