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UNDERSTANDING MALE INFERTILITY

WHAT IS MALE INFERTILITY?

Failure to get pregnant is defined as clinical infertility if pregnancy is not established after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. While either one or both of the partners may contribute to the reproductive challenges of the couple, male infertility, like female infertility, is a clinical diagnosis that can only be determined after formal assessment and testing.

 

HOW COMMON IS MALE INFERTILITY?

One in eight couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. Approximately one-third of infertility is attributed to the female partner, one-third attributed to the male partner and one-third is caused by a combination of problems in both partners or, is unexplained.

Male infertility is more common in environments with high levels of environmental pollution, including water contaminants, pesticides and herbicides. Some recent population studies have suggested that sperm counts have been declining universally even though infertility has not been increasing substantially.

WHAT CAUSES MALE INFERTILITY?

In at least half of male infertility cases, doctors cannot identify an exact cause. For the remaining cases, infertility is either due to environmental, genetic or other identifiable factors.

COMMON ENVIRONMENTAL CAUSES OF MALE INFERTILITY

  • Excess heat,for example due to the male’s occupation, such as truck drivers, welders, or firefighters, or habits, such as excessive use of the hot tub or tight clothing.
  • Drugs,including certain antibiotics and prescription medicines, anabolic steroids, alcohol, marijuana.
  • Toxicants,such as pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals, lead, mercury, or paint
  • Stress
  • Excess exercise, including bicycling
  • Chronic disease, such as anemia, malnutrition, cancer, neurological disease, or  diabetes
  • Dietary deficiencies, such as zinc, vitamin C, folic acid
  • Varicocele, a condition in which the veins enlarge inside the scrotum
  • Diseases of the male genital tract, including infection, cancer, trauma, or retrograde ejaculation
  • Surgery on the male genital tract, such as testicle, or hernia
  • Obesity

GENETIC CAUSES OF MALE INFERTILITY

  • Mutations inside the genes that determine the male sex, called the Y-chromosome
  • Other irregular changes in the genes. For instance, some men have a condition called Klinefelter’s XXY syndrome in which they have an extra copy of the female-sex determining genes (the X chromosome)
  • Hormonal issues, such as: diabetes, high levels of the milk-producing hormone prolactin, or problems with the hormone-producing organs like the thyroid or adrenal gland

 

So, How Can I.A.& S. Wellness Centre Help Me Solve My Infertility Problem?

The Best And Working Solution Is:

INFERTILITY SOLUTION KITS

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INFERTILITY TREATMENT

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3rd Floor, 473, Lagos-Abeokuta Express Way,  UBA Building, U-turn Bus Stop, Abule Egba,  Lagos, Nigeria.

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WHATSAPP: (+234)-8178871052

CALL: 08178871052 OR +234-8038690104 

EMAIL: info@iaswellnesscentre.ng   

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