Men’s Health: Here Are Some Notable Symptoms Of Male Infertility

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Jun 23, 2020

Infertility is a problem where a couple is unable to conceive a child after attempting for a year or more. According to a study of 2017, changing and erratic lifestyle is a leading cause to increase the rate of infertility in men. Let’s get to know the reasons and symptoms of male infertility, where Onlymyhealth connects with Urologist Dr Pradeep Bansal, Urologist to understand the basics of this rising health concern. Dr Bansal explains that if one observes symptoms of male infertility, there could be a possibility that primary lifestyle hazards could have led to this situation. Symptoms like lack or excess male hormone, Testosterone, unusual increase in the size of chest, less hair on face and body and less growth of muscles in the body could be possible reasons of symptoms of male infertility. Also, problems in Chromosome can be one of the reasons, which can lead to infertility. Low sperm count is generally the leading cause of it.

Some reasons, as explained by Dr Bansal, are:

  • Low sperm counts
  • Tumour
  • Radiations
  • Excess consumption  of alcohol
  • Smoking
  • Excessive tension or stress

Hence, the need of the hour is to consult a doctor for this concern, as it is not a taboo and if consulted a specialist on time, it can be very well treated!

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