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Male Infertility

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  • Male infertility

     Male infertility refers to the condition, where males are incapable of producing reproductive hormones or could not produce enough hormones to make women fertile. Infertility in men can be caused by many reasons, which includes environmental, physical and mental health, etc. It can occur in any stage of a man’s life but, most of the men suffer from this at later ages. This infertility can cause many problems apart from fertility; it leads to many physical and mental illness.

  • Male infertility

     Infertility is an increasing condition in modern era, due to changes in lifestyle, food, pollution, etc. These are some statistics on increasing cases of infertility.In France The men’s average age increased from 34.2 to 35.9 over the 17-year study period. During that time the investigators saw an average 32.2% reduction in mean sperm concentration.

  • Male infertility

     an average of 1.9% per year—and the projected concentration for a 35-year-old man fell from an average 73.6 million/mL to an average 49.9 million/mL.1 Research published in 2002 suggested it could take longer to achieve pregnancy with a sperm concentration of less than 55 million/mL,2 but this threshold has not been established as a clinical indicator, nor has it been replicated by other studies.

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