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2023-03-03 Is prostate cancer curable?

Is Prostate cancer curable? This is the main question that preoccupies our patients and their families after being diagnosed. The answer isn

2023-03-03 Prostate Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and treatment

The prostate is a male gland has the size of a walnut and can be found between the bladder and penis. It produces a fluid that is important

2023-03-03 What is an Undescended testicle? and what is its treatment?

An undescended testicle (cryptorchid testes) is when the male testes has not descended into the scrotum from the abdominal cavity at birth a

2023-03-03 Prostatitis: symptoms, causes, and treatment

Prostatitis is common and means swelling and inflammation of the prostate gland. It is often painful but sometimes men suffering from prosta

2023-03-03 Varicocele treatment without surgery

Varicocele treatment without surgery are differ between cases of men and who of them need treatment without surgery, it’s difficult to

2023-03-03 Curvature of the penis

It is normal for a penis to have a slight bend while erect, if it is not painful and does hinder sexual activity, you do not need to visit a

2023-03-03 How to cure premature ejaculation ?

There are many reasons for Premature Ejaculation in men. Their causes vary from psychological depression, stress, age, genetic and physiolog

2023-03-03 Premature ejaculation problem

premature ejaculation is believed to be the most common sexual related concern or condition. Men are insecure about their sexual capabilitie

2023-03-03 Normal sperm motility to get pregnant

Sperm motility is important for fertility because sperm cells need to move through a woman's reproductive system to reach and fertilize

2023-03-03 Testosterone hormone function in men

Testosterone hormone plays a significant role in male reproductive health it promotes sexual motivation and raises the level of sexual perfo

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Through this video, we aim to shed light on a rare case of spinal muscular atrophy, and the impact they can have on individuals and families. This couple has struggled with their child who was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and unfortunately led to his death. ICSI has allowed them to choose healthy embryos for implantation and eliminate the affected ones to guarantee the delivery of a healthy baby. We also hope to raise awareness about the importance of genetic testing and counseling, as early detection and intervention can make a significant difference in managing and treating such conditions.