Male Infertility: Symptoms and Treatment
Male infertility is a condition that affects the ability of a man to produce enough sperms that have the strength and mobility to fertilize an ovary.
Infertility is a common condition that affects 4/10 people worldwide. 
1. It is not life-threatening
2. It is treatable
3. It is not contagious
Some habits like excessive smoking, consumption of menthol and heavy consumption of alcohol can lead to infertility. It can be caused by numerous genetic and environmental factors. Smoking, in particular, is considered the leading cause of infertility in men. The condition can be treated with surgery.
1. Swollen Testicles
2. Small, tight Testicles
3. Reduced libido or Sex drive
4. Low dispersion of fluid during ejaculation
5. Pain in testicles
6. Loss of ability to smell
7. Decreased body hair
8. Pain in testicles
9. Difficulty maintaining an erection
10. Fatigue, depression, anxiety
1. Elimination of habits that lead to infertility like smoking and drinking
2. Exercising regularly
3. Maintaining a healthy and balanced diet
4. Avoiding menthol
5. Regular sex
Medications: Doctors might recommend a range of therapies based on the degree of infertility. If the infertility is closer to impotence, while conceiving doctors may recommend fertility treatments like IVF.
Specialists: Consult an andrologist and urologist if the symptoms are evident and the condition worsens. At mfine, we provide accurate diagnosis and comprehensive treatment plans for all health concerns under a team of qualified doctors.