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How to Prevent Infertility in Males?

Published on Jul 31, 2018 and last reviewed on May 23, 2019   -  2 min read

Abstract

Subfertility in males is on the rise. A number of environmental factors, lifestyle choices and habits are adding to the biological factors. By avoiding certain habits, situations, and lifestyle, a percentage of infertility or subfertility can be obviated.

How to Prevent Infertility in Males?

About 15 % of all couples trying to get pregnant realize they have difficulty in conceiving, despite trying for several months or even years. Problems with the male account for 50 % of all infertile cases.

What Are the Main Causes of Male Infertility?

How to Increase the Chances of Conception?

If you lead a healthy lifestyle, you are more likely to produce healthy sperms. Avoid lifestyle choices that can compromise your fertility.

Making changes to your lifestyle incorporating nutritious diet, and stress-free functioning could greatly improve your chances of better quality semen. You would also respond better to the treatment if taking any. These measures, however, do not substitute medical treatment, but would greatly supplement it.

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