Rising Male Infertility: A Cause of Concern
According to the International Committee for Monitoring Assisted Reproductive Technology, World Health Organization (WHO), infertility is a disease of reproductive system defined by failure to achieve the clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. There is an estimate that nearly 72.4 million couples globally face fertility problems. There is a trend in decreasing sperm counts, leading to increasing male infertility issues.
Doctors from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) had earlier found that while the sperm count of a normal Indian adult male used to be 60 million per ml around three decades ago, it now stands at around 20 million per ml.
The root cause of infertility is difficult to determine and it involves extensive research. Medical sciences are reaching new milestones every day, and along with them we are realising that few major issues are taking new curves. And this serious problem has an underlying cause due to modern day lifestyle. With such an advancement in technology we might be lagging behind in nutrition and a proper service of healthcare. The poor lifestyle, wrong habits and any kind of addiction is indeed bad for the reproductive health. And it is a serious cause of concern; only medical reasons are not to be always blamed alone. Our day to day activities have a major effect on our subsequent health and all health related worries.
One of prime cause is excess consuming of alcohol. The excessive amount of alcohol lowers testosterone levels and causes erectile dysfunction. It even leads to less sperm production.
Smoking tobacco or marijuana directly affects your fertility as well. Smoking certainly has varied and multiple effects on human body. All are dangerous and extreme in their own way. And causing infertility is another major effect which can never be neglected. Other causes of male infertility are increasing stress level, hormonal imbalance, obesity etc.
Infertility is not something that cannot be treated. Various treatments and procedures are available at Rana Infertility Centre that can help a desiring couple to become a blessed couple having their own baby.