Male Infertility / Low Sperm Count
- Changes in sexual desires
- Lump formation in testicles
- Swelling in testicles
- Problems associated with erections and ejaculations
Male Infertility / Low Sperm Count - Overview
Male Iifertility refers to biological inability of a man to contribute to conception. Man’s fertility generally depends on quantity and quality of his sperm. If the number of sperm ejaculated by a man is very low or if the sperms are of poor quality, it will be difficult and sometimes impossible for him to cause a pregnancy.
Causes of Male Infertility/Low Sperm Count
Male infertility or low sperm count has many causes, it can be from hormonal imbalances to physical problems, to psychological or behavioral problems. Moreover, fertility reflects a man’s “overall” health. Men who lives a very healthy lifestyle are more likely to produce healthy sperm. Other causes can be premature or failure of ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, particular medicines and chemicals, spinal cord injury, prostate-related problems and radiation damage.