Both men and women can experience infertility. Because people think that having children is the main motivation for being married, it's a problem that, in some cultures, even wrecks marriages. But that is a topic for a different day. If you make modifications to your diet, exercise routine, and exposure to contaminants in the environment, infertility is frequently avoidable. While the majority of instances are treatable, "prevention is better than cure," as the saying goes. If you can avoid it at all costs, why take the chance of suffering the consequences. If we can collectively pinpoint the most prevalent causes, perhaps we can stop the spread of male infertility. Here are a few of the most frequent causes for males not being able to conceive. clevelandclinic has a publication that supports this.
Male infertility can be brought on by STIs, including gonorrhea, chlamydia, and ureoplasma, as is widely documented. In addition to affecting sperm quality, severe and ongoing infections brought on by these microbes might cause obstruction. If there are any indications of an infection, antibiotics should be taken as soon as possible.
2. Heavy alcohol consumption
Additionally, according to Healthline, a man's fertility can be impacted by smoking, binge drinking, taking drugs or anabolic steroids, working out too hard, wearing tight underwear, and a diet low in zinc and vitamin C
3. Add-ons and steroids
All dietary supplements should be avoided by expectant mothers and anyone who have reproductive problems. Sperm count has been demonstrated to be negatively impacted by testosterone injections and other steroid medications. Consuming too much coffee can also have an effect if there is a reproductive problem below.
The veins in the scrotal sack enlarge, increasing the temperature of the testes and influencing sperm quality and production. Evaluation and treatment of this illness are frequently a part of research on male infertility.
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