Problem of male infertility
Male infertility is a medical condition that affects nearly one in 10 couples who are trying to conceive. For men, the most common fertility issue is the production of sperm quantity and quality sufficient, normal sperm movement is active. Here are some common problems that may slow down and harass men who tried to get pregnant:
MumpsExpansion of the mumps after puberty can damage the cells that produce sperm in the testicles. In most cases, only one testicle is affected. Some men suffer from infertility permanently.
Varicocelevaricocele is the presence of varicose veins around the testicles. It occurs when the blood does not circulate out of the testicles properly. The increase in the blood lead to an increase in temperature in the testicles. This causes abnormal testosterone levels, which inhibits production of sperm.
Testicles should move into place (undescended testes):A male baby starts growing in the mother's womb, the testicles are usually formed in the stomach and down into the scrotum shortly before birth. When the move was not the case, the baby was born with a condition known as cryptochildism. Usually the testicle will descend on their own within six months of his life. If it is not treated, undescended testes can affect fertility or lead to other medical problems. It affects male infertility in the future.
1. Oligospermia in which too few sperm produced.
2. Azoospermia is the absence of sperm.