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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. Male infertility In Germany Farmers and painters/varnishers showed a significantly higher proportion of reduced sperm counts [odds ratios (OR): 2.13 and 2.17, 95% confidence intervals: 1.18-3.88 and 1.02-4.65] and severely reduced sperm concentrations.

  • Male infertility

     compared with the entire group of infertile men; in addition, significantly more farmers presented with a history of maldescended testes than other occupational groups (OR: 2.76 and 2.84; CI: 1.12-6.75 and 1.27-6.34). Metal workers/welders formed significantly higher proportions of patients with reduced sperm motility (OR: 5.99; CI: 1.38-26.00).

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