The purpose of treating immune infertility is to reduce the titer of antisperm antibodies in vivo, or even to make antisperm antibodies disappear, so that sperm and eggs can combine normally and become pregnant.
Western medicine treatment of female anti-sperm antibody positive immune infertility often
use condoms, so that sperm and the woman out of contact, no longer produce new anti-sperm antibodies, the original antibodies can gradually disappear, but the use of this method for male immune infertility is meaningless.
Because male immune infertility is caused by anti-sperm antibodies produced by themselves, it is impossible to separate the sperm antigen from the anti-sperm antibodies produced by themselves with condoms, so there is no scientific basis for using condoms to treat male immune infertility. The cause of male immune infertility is still not clear, some people believe that reproductive tract infection destroys the blood-testis barrier, resulting in the production of anti-sperm antibodies, Western medicine uses antibiotics or male hormones, or hormones to suppress the immune response and other treatments have little effect.