Infertile Men and Heart Disease, Diabetes Risk

Infertile Men and Heart Disease, Diabetes Risk

Male fertility issues generally depend on the quality and quantity of sperms that are produced. If the number of sperms produced are less and are of poor quality it will be difficult for him to cause pregnancy. Male infertility cases are also common.


Male Infertility Causes

Male infertility is mainly caused due to unhealthy sperm production or sperm transport. Around two third of the infertile men have a problem in making sperms in testes. In few cases either they produce low number of sperm or sperm of poor quality which can result in infertility. The most common causes of male infertility include:

  • Sperm production problem

Men generally face problems in sperm production due to genetic and chromosomal disorders. Undescended testes can also cause problems in sperm production. Twisting of testis in scrotum is also a common cause of sperm production problem that can result in infertility.

  • Blockage of sperm transport

Sperm transport is blocked due to infections and prostate disorder. Absence of vas deferens can also block the sperm transport. In few vasectomy cases the sperm transport is blocked leading to infertility.

  • Erection and ejaculation problem

Erectile dysfunction is one of the common causes of infertility. Prostate surgery and certain medication can also results in erection and ejaculation problems in men.

  • Hormonal imbalance

Lack of luteinizing hormone and FSH can lead to hormonal problems that can cause infertility in men.

  • Sperm antibodies

Sperm antibodies are produced due to infection in the epididymis that can result in male infertility.

Male Infertility Risk factors

Male infertility is associated with different disease conditions. Infertile men are at a high risk of diabetes and heart disease when compared to fertile men. According to the previous studies, men are at high risk of testicular cancer and in few severe cases it can also lead to death.

According to the recent studies infertile men are at high risk of metabolic diseases. Around 48 % of men are high risk of heart diseases and 30 % are at high risk of diabetes. Infertile men who are reported to be at a high risk of diabetes and heart disease were known to suffer with alcohol and drug abuse in past.

In few rare cases kidney disease risk is also reported among infertile men. According to this research there is a direct connection between infertility and chronic diseases.

A lower testosterone level in infertile men is associated with high rate of heart diseases and death.

If you are suffering with male fertility problems you can consult male infertility specialist for treatment. IUI treatment can also be done to treat male infertility. IUI treatment in Hyderabad is very common and can be done successfully at IUI centers. IUI treatment is done under the supervision of best male infertility specialists. IUI treatment cost is reasonable and treatment is done at competitive rates at Hegde fertility centers.

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