If you are a man and even if you are not planning for a baby, here are some of the alarming signs of infertility in men you should be aware of. Because infertility may cause you devastated sex and married life. Therefore it is better to know the signs and get medical attention before it degrades.
(1) Pain and swelling in your testicles:
Always check the health of your testicles whether there is a certain tension, swelling or even a
2) Poor sense of smell:
Now, this may not always be a foolproof indicator of infertility, but surely one of the signs of infertility in men. Usually, this condition relates to a disorder that is passed down genetically called Kallman’s syndrome, an extremely rare disorder in which your puberty never took off, or you are still in your puberty phase despite your years.
As a result of this condition, you are totally immune to smells, and you cannt discern one smell from the other.
This usually leads to the malfunction of the testicles and erectile dysfunction, and of course lowered sex drive.
If you have had this condition for the longest time you can remember, and nt because you recently caught cold, visit your doctor.
3) Difficulty in ejaculaton:
This is a rather common sign of infertility in men, and it is referred to as ejaculation disorder. In this condition, either you ejaculate in fits and starts, or very low amount of sperms come out when you do, and is a grave cause of concern if being a parent is your priority.
Sometimes retrograde ejaculation could be a cause for this great difficulty in ejaculation because this condition draws the semen backwards to the bladder rather than out of it. Some medicines are responsible for giving you this condition, while it can also be a neural problem. Either way, you shouldn’t have difficulty ejaculating.
4) Low sperm count:
Low sperm count is the among of the sure-shot sign of infertility in men because if the sperms are not sufficient it will not help the egg to fertilise into an embryo.
You can’t ascertain this at home, but if you have been having unprotected intercourse for about A YEAR and still Trying to have a baby, then you are suggested to take a test to ensure your sperm count isn’t poor.
Typically any lesser than 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen is a low sperm count. It ideally should hover between 20 and 150 million sperm per milliliter of semen.
There are several factors that can be attributed to a lowered sperm count such as chemical exposure, an imbalance of hormones and infection in the testicles. Sooner you see your doctor, the better.
5) Your testicles are smaller than usual:
This is a very rare condition, also called the Klinefelter’s syndrome, sometimes even genetic, when you are born with smaller testicles.
Small testicles are insufficient production of sperms needed for the fertilization of the egg. Predominantly, during puberty they are too tiny for the production of testosterone.
This condition should be treated in your teen years, or you will have to seek the help of a genetic expert in infertility.
6) Low sex drive:
You cannot father a child if you are slowly going off sex. Get this checked before it is too late.
7) You are growing breasts:
Gynecomastia results in a swelling in the breast tissues in men due to an imbalance in the sex hormones, androgen,
It is a major cause of male infertility, but it can be corrected provided you seek help at the right time.
If you have noticed any of these signs of infertility in men, visit your doctor. Baby or no baby, its always better to get such symptoms corrected and stay healthy.
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