Potential causes of male infertility consist of environmental, lifestyle, hormonal, and physical influences that may impact the production, quality, or transfer of sperm.
What are the Causes of Male Infertility?
Workplace exposure to harmful chemicals or high temperature can lead to infertility.
Poor diet, strenuous workouts, increased consumption of alcohol, use of tobacco or unlawful drug use; frequent usage of hot tubs can damagingly affect the production and quality of sperm.
Hormones control not only the creation and development of sperm, but also the male sex drive. Too high of hormone intensity or too low can make conceiving challenging. Hormones may be regulated by medication.
Complications of blockage in the seminal tract, varicocele, and any genetic or medical condition can inhibit sperm from developing or delivering naturally.
What is a vasectomy?
A vasectomy is an innocent, effective technique for male contraception. Vasectomy Reversal re-joins the ducts that carry sperm commencing the testicles into the semen. After successful vasectomy reversal, sperm are present in the semen again.