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Know the Causes of Male Impotence Disease

Dr. Nilesh Dehariya, Senior Laser Proctologist
Dr. Nilesh Dehariya
Senior Laser Proctologist in Indore

Lack of fertility is not anyone’s fault. It is a disease that can happen to anyone. Ten percent of the world’s couples have problems in childbirth. As for men, the most common fertility problem is a decrease in the production of mobile and normal spermatozoa.

However, there are many possible causes of decreased fertility in men, and in most cases, an accurate diagnosis is not possible. Because the complete picture is not yet clear about the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility, most cases remain experimental. It is no wonder, therefore, that the mainstay of treatment for severe male infertility is still assisted reproduction and in particular the techniques of sperm injection (ICSI).

Having mumps after puberty has an adverse effect on the sperm-producing cells in the testicles. Some men have to face permanent infertility from this disease.

Varicocele occurs when the blood vessel carrying blood from the testicles becomes inflamed. Due to this, there is not enough blood flow to the testicles. Although it is possible to diagnose a varicocele, it is unlikely that the quality of the sperm will improve after each varicocele treatment. It is believed that even if this disease is treated properly, only 25 percent of patients see improvement.

Very rarely, when a couple has trouble conceiving, a diagnosis of testicular cancer has to be made. This deadly tumor that grows in the testicles destroys the cells. If it is not recognized in time, it can affect other parts of the body as well.

Many researches have confirmed that diabetes damages the level of spermatozoa. This has a negative effect on the movement and quality of sperms.

Severe injury to the testicles also damages the level of spermatozoa. Sometimes this condition can lead to male infertility. The nerves that carry blood to the testicles are damaged due to sports or accidents. Along with this, surgery of the testicles or the operation of hernia also damages the ability to produce semen in men.

Sometimes a man who ejaculates during intercourse does not have sperm in his semen. However, this happens in very few cases. This is due to a block in the urethral cavity or epidemis or any other problem. This prevents sperm from getting into the semen.

Heat has a bad effect on the production of sperms. Especially it has a very bad effect on the workers working in furnace and boiler.

Too much stress, fatigue and alcohol consumption also have negative effects on libido. Until recently, most causes of impotence were thought to be psychological, but this is not always the case. New drugs can relieve stress etc. and impotence can also be controlled by this.

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