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Causes of male infertility

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According to sexologist doctor, these are some of the reasons that lead to male infertility.

Causes for male infertility include

Irregular sperm production or ability due to undescended testicles, hereditary malformations, medical issues, for example, diabetes and diseases such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, mumps or HIV.
Enlarged veins (varicoceles) in the testicles can also affect the nature of the sperm.
Problems in the delivery of sperms due to sexual problems, for example, untimely discharge; some hereditary diseases, for example, cystic fibrosis; Basic issues, for example, blockage in the testicles; or damage or damage to regenerative organs.
Excessive exposure to certain chemical elements, for example, insecticides and various synthetic substances, and radiation. Cigarette smoking, alcohol, cannabis or taking certain medications, for example, taking antibiotics, antihypertensives, anabolic steroids or others, can also affect fertility.
Damage caused by cancer and its treatments, including radiation or chemotherapy. Treatment of the disease can weaken sperm production.
Obesity can cause male infertility, as well as directly affecting sperm; there are also hormone changes that reduce male fertility.