Here's The Reason Why Male Infertility Is Overlooked In India

Updated at: Dec 15, 2019
Here's The Reason Why Male Infertility Is Overlooked In India

Male infertility is a serious problem of the modern-day the lifestyle that people are adopting.

Written by: Tavishi DograPublished at: Dec 15, 2019

In our country, male infertility is mainly overlooked and women are held responsible and face a lot of social stigma for not being capable to bear children. As explained by the World Health Organization, Infertility (or unproductiveness) is a disease in the reproductive system, which means failure to conceive even after 12 months or more of regular physical copulation. Also talking specifically of infertility in men has increased in India many folds due to the unhealthy habits and poor/sedentary lifestyle.

Also when we talk of infertility it can be due to any reason such as tubes oligospermia, blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, male factor infertility owing to poor sperm concentration or sperm motility, females suffering from ovulation disorders, premature ovarian failure, uterine fibroids, genetic disorder major cervical mucus hostility factors. So here are the most basic and common reason for infertility in both males and females.

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Hormonal Imbalance

We all know that hormones play a vital role in maintaining one's sexual health. In males fat cells produce estrogen, so by any chance, if it gets affected it will lead to harsh complications for your sexual health. Moreover, thyroxin which is a no- sex hormone can also affect your sex hormones.

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Harsh Fitness Regime

Harsh exercise the regime could decrease sperm count by lowering the amount of testosterone in the body of the male. Also, men should keep off from steroids as it can cause testicular shrinkage and infertility as a consequence. 

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Being overweight

In men being overweight happens to decrease the Semen parameters. Overweight men often face decreased libido and erectile dysfunction.

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Serious Health Condition

Chronic diseases such as kidney-related diseases, diabetes, hypertension, and cancer are some of the never-ending disorders which severely impact the sexual health of the person.

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