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Top 5 underlying causes of male infertility

Infertility affects close to one in seven couples, which denotes that they have not been able to conceive a child despite engaging in regular, unprotected sexual activity for more than a year. The male partner’s infertility is at least a contributing factor in as many as 50% of these relationships.

Low sperm production, function, or delivery causes male infertility. A wide range of factors can lead to male infertility, including physical diseases, mental health concerns, bad food habits, and other lifestyle decisions.

Experiencing male infertility can be a challenging and upsetting experience; however, there are a variety of therapy options available to choose from.

What is Male Infertility?

It means that after one year of sexual activity without protection, the couple is considered sterile and unable to have children. In cases where it is established that the female partner is not fertile, the condition is referred to as male infertility.

How common is male infertility?

According to statistics provided by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, infertility affects fifteen percent of married couples in Australia.

Most people agree that the following three things are true about infertility in couples who can’t have children: • Male infertility is responsible for approximately one in five occurrences of infertility. • Female infertility is a factor in approximately one in three cases. • More than one-third of cases involve both male and female components.

The causes of infertility in male partners are not entirely understood, and it is uncertain what percentage of infertility cases in couples are caused by the male partner.

Causes of Male Infertility.

Most of the time, problems with spermatogenesis are to blame for male infertility. Hormonal imbalances and problems with the function of the testicles or the urogenital system in men can also contribute to this condition.

Inflammation or injury to the testes; severe illness; undescended testes; abnormal hormonal function; infection; a cancerous or non-cancerous tumor; surgery; testosterone therapy; anabolic steroid misuse and abuse; opiate use; obesity; and a few medications can all make it difficult for the testicles to produce sperm.

Some of these factors include:

Germs that are spread through sexual contact, such as chlamydia and other microorganisms, can potentially cause infection or inflammation of the urogenital tract, disrupting normal sperm function.

Men born with a disorder known as the congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens, in which specific components of the male reproductive system do not develop at all, have an increased risk of problems with sperm transfer.

Scarring or an injury received after surgery may prevent some men from having children, while others may be suffering from an obstruction for reasons that are not known.

Problems with ejaculation and erectile dysfunctionare two potential factors that can lead to male infertility.

Infertility risk factors include the use of alcohol and tobacco and involvement in high-intensity sports or activities that put your testicles in an environment where they are subjected to high temperatures.

Conclusion

There is a correlation between male infertility, testicular cancer, and other chronic illnesses such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and depression.

According to a recent study, infertile people have a higher death risk than fertile people. These associations do not mean that every bare guy will get sick or die at an earlier age; instead, they serve as a cautionary note to take care of oneself and consult a physician if there are any concerns about one’s health.

If you and your partner are experiencing difficulties conceiving a child, which can be very stressful for both of you, you and your spouse may find it helpful to participate in couples counseling. When planning a family, couples need to consider the fertility of both partners from the beginning of the process.

 

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