Male infertility is the inability in males to produce an offspring.
- Lack or absence of sperms in semen
- Abnormal chromosomes
- Varicocele or enlarged veins in the scrotum
- Infections such as prostatis, mumps, chlamydia, gonorrhea, etc.
- Undescended testes
- Hormonal abnormalities
- Obstruction or absence of vas deferens
- Retrograde ejaculation
- Excessive consumption of alcohol, tobacco or drugs
- Injury or trauma
- Overexposure to heat like in saunas and hot baths
- Exposure to toxins
- Cancer treatment
- Inability to produce offspring despite unprotected intercourse
- Hormone treatment for hormonal abnormalities
- Medication for correcting impotence, etc.
- Surgery for clearing blockage or varicocele etc.
- Avoid smoking and excessive drinking
- Avoid drugs or medication that may cause infertility
- Avoid overexposure to heat
- Avoid exposure to chemicals
- Avoid tight clothes around the genitals
- Promptly treat STDs