Male Infertility – The Common Issue in Society

One of the major problems that males experience after their marriage is infertility. There have been a lot of cases that account to male infertility and it has become one of the major problems in the society.

What is infertility?

Even if you know what infertility is all about, you might not know the details about it and this article will be a perfect guide to you. When a male is unable to conceive a child even after having unprotected sex for one year, the condition is known as infertility. According to Reports, in India, there are over 33 percent of couples who become a victim of infertility.

What is the major reason for infertility?

The above section has described infertility. Now in this section, you will get to know about the reasons for it. Infertility in males happens due to the low sperm count. Other reason that accounts to male infertility is anomalous sperm capacity or blockages. It is worth to mention here that these issues are experienced by 15 to 20 percent of couples.

MALE INFERTILITYWhat are the symptoms of infertility?

The basic indication of male infertility is the inability to conceive a child. However, couples might not observe any particular signs or any side effects due to it.

In some rare cases, it has been observed that there are some types of signs experienced by the couples. For example, couples might face hormonal irregularity or inherited disorder as a symptom of infertility. Enlarged veins around the testicles and some other symptoms that are also faced by couples with these issues.

What are the causes of infertility?

Now there can be various reasons of male infertility. Some of the common reasons that can be mentioned here to support the answer are antibodies that harm the sperms, hormonal imbalance, cancer, vein swelling and lifestyle choices. Mentioned above are some of the common effects that are faced by couples. There are also other causes of infertility; they are abnormal sperm production, ejaculation issues, low sex drive, defect in chromosomes etc.

What is the diagnosis for male infertility?

After you have read every detail about the problem and its symptoms, you will be looking for a solution to it. Most of the infertile couples face problems due to more than one reason and so it is advisable to consult a doctor when such problems are observed. The most common diagnosis to male infertility is semen analysis where the sample of the sperm is collected. After that, the doctor might recommend you for other tests like Testis biopsy & Doppler flow study.

If you suspect that you are infertile, you should immediately consult a specialist. Knowingly the cause of infertility can help to get the treatment started which may include medicinesor surgery.

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