Know the Reasons and Symptoms of Male Infertility

Infertility concerns do not mean you will never be able to have a child. There are remedies. You can improve your chances of conception by working with your spouse and a urologist.
By: SCI IVF Hospital
DELHI, India - Jan. 28, 2022 - PRLog -- Infertility has long been considered a female issue. However, it turns out that males aren't so easy to get away with. One in every three cases of infertility is caused only by the man. Fortunately, having infertility troubles does not rule out the possibility of having a child with your partner. Some medications and procedures can help you with conception.

Reasons for male infertility

Some males are more likely than others to be infertile. If you:
  • Your age is 40 or older
  • You are obese or overweight
  • You've been irradiated.
  • You're a smoker, a marijuana user, or an alcoholic
  • In the past, you've been exposed to toxins from the environment. These toxins could be lead or mercury.
  • The medicines you're taking include cyproterone and flutamide, spironolactone, bicalutamide, cimetidine, and ketoconazole.
  • Hormonal problem
  • Genetic disorder
  • Lifestyle or environmental factors.
  • Physical problems with the testicles.

Symptoms of male infertility

Infertility itself is a sign. However, describing the psychological and emotional effects of infertility on a couple who wants to have a family is far more challenging. Having a child often becomes their entire life's aim. Both males and females wanting pregnancy experience feelings of grief, depression, loss, inadequacy, and failure.

Couples who are experiencing any of these emotions should seek professional counselling from Infertility Specialist in Delhi ( such as a therapist or psychiatrists. Such professionals can assist you in dealing with the problem realistically and offer support even when you are undergoing therapy.

How male infertility diagnosed

It all starts with a complete physical exam to find out how healthy you are and to look for any physical problems that could hurt your fertility. If you and your partner have sex, the doctor may also ask you and your partner about it.
  • Medical history and General physical examination- You should also be examined for genetic diseases, chronic illnesses, traumas or procedures that may influence fertility. Your doctor may also inquire about your sexual practices and puberty sexual development.
  • Semen analysis- In the doctor's office, you can submit a sample by masturbating and ejaculating. Some males prefer a different method of sperm collecting due to religious or cultural beliefs. Using a specific condom during intercourse can gather semen in certain circumstances.

Treatment for male infertility (

Infertility is frequently difficult to diagnose. Even if the exact cause is unknown, your doctor may be able to suggest medications or procedures help you conceive.

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