Infertility In Men
The male infertility problems are mostly dependent on the quality and quantity of his sperm. When the number of a man’s sperm is low after ejaculation due to poor quality, it will be somewhat difficult and most times impossible for him to get a woman pregnant.
This is known after the both partners have been tested for fertility and the problem found in the man.
Statistics has shown that 10 to 15 percent on average of married partners in the United States has proven to be infertile.
Infertility in men is mostly defined as not being able to get your female partner pregnant despite always having unprotected sex for a year or more.
You actually don’t need to see your doctor about infertility except you have been really trying to get your lady pregnant for at least a year.
The Cause Of Infertility In Men.
A Man’s Sperm is made in the testicles, during that time they spend up to ten days passing through a tons of small tubes known as the epididymis where they become strong and exit into a much more bigger tube also known as the vas deferens.
An infertile man may rarely have some symptoms of hormonal problems, such as changes in his hair growth or sexual performance.
This sperm transport problems are mostly found in one out of every five potent men.
This is not excluding men who have prevously had blockage called vasectomy.
Signs And Symptoms Of Infertility In Men
Most men with infertility problem do not even notice other symptoms other than their inability to get their lady pregnant.
Most times Infertility in men are associated with some signs and symptoms
The most common ones are Problems with sexual performance associated with ejaculation of small volumes of sperm.
Lack of sexual desire or the difficulty of maintaining an erection.
The Prevention Of Infertility In Men
Most types of infertility in men are not preventable. However, you can help avoid some known causes of it.
Abstaining from alcohol is also a plus, drinking of alcohol can reduce your testosterone levels, causing lack of good sexual performance and decreased sperm production. Drinking can also cause extreme liver damage and disease.
The reduction of smoking helps in limiting Infertility In Men.
Staying clear of drugs will help in keeping your sperm production on a good level.
Treatment For Infertility
Identifying and understanding the cause of Infertility in the male specie is the first step of getting help.
Get an appiontment date with a specialist in male Infertility to evaluate your situation and render you a solution. Though every Expert differ in their approach to this problem.
Below Are Most Of The Tests To Expect
First step is going through a thorough physical examination which will detect varicocele and give the urologist any clue of hormone problems.
Testicular Biopsy is another examination carried out on men with no sperm found in their semen or poor sperm quality.
If you suspect and notice any of the signs and symptoms of male Infertility in you or your partner, please see a specialist as soon as possible.