In about 35 to 52 percent of childless couples, the male partner is the cause for infertility. This percentage is increasing in number nowadays because of the changes in the lifestyle of most of the males.
Many men consume alcohol occasionally, increased smoking rate among young people, physical inactivity, more stress in the workplace, irregular unhealthy diet, change of sleep pattern (poor sleep), etc.
All the above-mentioned things are the main cause of life-threatening diseases like diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, heart attacks, cerebrovascular attack (brain stroke) and most importantly 'infertility'.
Main causes of male infertility:
Last reviewed at: 11.Sep.2018
- Erectile dysfunction.
- Poor quality of sperms.
- Cryptorchidism (undescended testes).
- Infectious diseases like jaundice, tuberculosis, mumps, measles, syphilis, gonorrhea, varicocele, etc.
How to Prevent Infertility in Males?
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/subfertility can be obviated. Read Article »
Dr. Poosha Darbha
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. So, what can men do to increase the chances of pregnancy?
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