Male infertility refers to the inability of a male to contribute to conception with a fertile female. Infertility has traditionally been thought of as a woman's problem, but as it turns out, men don't get off that easily. About one out of every three cases of infertility is due to the man alone,and men are somehow involved in infertility about half the time. A diagnosis of male infertility can be one of the hardest challenges a man can face.For some, it can be devastating. Not being able to father a child can make a man feel like he’s failing at one of his most primal responsibilities.

Advances in male infertility treatment offer real help to the males to become fathers. Male infertility is due to low sperm production, misshapen or immobile sperm, or blockages that prevent the delivery of sperm. Hormonal problems, illnesses, injuries, chronic health problems,lifestyle choices and other factors can play a role in causing male infertility. Not being able to conceive a child can be stressful and frustrating, but a number of male infertility treatments are available like surgery, medication,IUI,IVF and ICSI.

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Lifestyle factors affect fertility. As most lifestyle factors can be modified, providing advice and support in making healthy lifestyle changes can promote fertility. The evidence relating to the effects on fertility of caffeine, alcohol consumption and smoking are discussed here. Recent Male Infertility study suggests some new facts which are must read and interesting for anyone trying to get pregnant or start creating family.

A prospective dad must consider his health as important in the journey of parenthood. The biggest cause of infertility in men is abnormal sperm. Sperm can be affected by lifestyle factors such as smoking, drinking alcohol,taking drugs,exposure to chemicals,caffeine consumption and lack of exercise and balanced diet.

Asthenozoospermia, the most common semen variable in study, can be an early indicator of reduction in quality of semen. Alcohol abuse apparently targets sperm morphology and sperm production. Smoke-induced toxins primarily hamper sperm motility and seminal fluid quality. Progressive deterioration in semen quality is related to increasing quantity of alcohol intake and cigarettes smoked. Habitual high alcohol intake may affect men’s reproductive health.High male caffeine consumption appears to reduce couples’ chance of achieving a clinical pregnancy. Healthy weight helps to keep your sperm in good condition.You can do this by having a healthy, balanced diet and exercising regularly. Being overweight (having a body mass index or BMI of 25 or higher) may lower the quality and quantity of your sperm. The effect is greater in men who have a BMI of 30 or higher. It takes about three months for your body to complete a cycle of sperm production. So any changes you make to your lifestyle today will take a while to produce improved sperm. If you can commit yourself to a few months of healthy living and eating you'll be in top shape to father a child.

Lifestyle factors and modern technology plays a massive role on sperm production and has played a major role in male infertility. To enjoy the pregnancy without any problems you can have a look at

While the impact of modern technology is still murky, lifestyle does matter,researchers say. It is understood that lifestyle factors can affect a man's fertility, and many of these factors are things that a man can control easily. Leading a healthy lifestyle not only improves your chances of conceiving but also improves overall health. Male infertility due to lifestyle factors is reversible and everyone facing male infertility should give themselves one chance by adopting simple lifestyle changes like quitting smoking, limiting or abstaining from alcohol,steer clear of illegal drugs, exercising regularly and eating a healthy diet, reducing stress level and avoiding exposure to pesticides, heavy metals and other toxins.Apart from the above it has been observed that men fertility is on decline due to the use of mobile phones and laptops. Let’s learn what impact it has on fertility in male.

Mobile phones kept in pockets of trousers

While how mobile phone damage sperm is not clear, the researchers believe that radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation from the phone disrupts the cycle of sperm production or damages the DNA. The deficiency of the sperm may be caused by the heat either directly from the phone or through the radiation that may affect the sperm. The results were consistent across in vitro studies conducted under controlled conditions and observational in vivo studies conducted on men in the general population.
After studying the collected sperm of the cell phone users and non-users, the researchers found that men who regularly used cell phones had higher levels of circulating testosterone, but lower levels of luteinizing hormone, which is a key reproductive hormone that is secreted by the pituitary gland. The researchers' theory is that the electromagnetic waves that cell phones emit increase the number of testosterone-producing cells, but also lower levels of luteinizing hormone. This, in turn, may negatively impact fertility.

Findings showed the more hours’ men talk on their cell phones, the lower the sperm count and the greater the percentage of abnormal sperms would be. While the study found an association between cell phone exposure and male infertility, the study was not designed to determine a cause-and-effect relationship. So whether the mobile phones are kept in men's trousers or whether they are used by them, it does affect men's fertility.

Use of laptops on the lap

Experts have warned Millions of men are putting their reproductive health at risk by balancing their laptops on their knees. There is a direct correlation between laptop use and increased scrotum temperature. Sperm are produced in the testicles, which are in the scrotum. Because the scrotum is located outside of the body, it's more vulnerable to external heat than a woman's ovaries are.
Research suggests that an increase in scrotal temperature may lower sperm production and possibly affect the ability of the sperm to fertilize an egg. It has been observed that even an increase of 1 degree Celsius in scrotal temperature can affect the production of healthy sperm. That's why some fertility experts advise men to steer clear of hot tubs,saunas,hot baths,and briefs when they're trying to get a woman pregnant – they all generate extra heat around the testicles.

Experts have suggested that if your laptop feels hot, don't put it on your lap instead put it on laptop desk or a laptop cooler. The thing that laptop using on your lap harmful is not any sort of radiation - It's simply the heat it generates. If someone's genital area is constantly exposed to heat, a number of health problems can arise, including, but not limited to, fungal infections, infertility and even genital cancer.

Even barring all the scientific evidence, it simply makes sense that laptops, cell phones and other wireless technology can impact the human body once you understand that your body is bio electric. When you are trying to conceive, it's always better to play it safe. The researchers who conducted the study recommend that men who want to be fathers should work with their laptop on a desk or table, rather than on their lap and avoid the use of cell phones with Bluetooth devices and avoid keeping it in pockets trousers.

When faced with the problem of not conceiving, it is always better to seek the assistance of the doctor. The doctor will help you determine the cause of any fertility problems you may have and at the same time you can discuss the treatments available to increase your chances of conceiving. Your doctor may refer you to a fertility specialist at a fertility clinic. Couples that are having difficulty getting pregnant may benefit from changing some lifestyle habits and taking help of fertility specialist in ascertaining the real cause of infertility.

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