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Treat Male Infertility in Delhi NCR with Top Sexologist at Gautam Ayurveda.

Overview

There is a big misconception regarding male infertility is that it's solely related to female reproductive issues. In reality, male infertility contributes significantly to difficulties in conception, with factors like low sperm count and quality playing a crucial role.

Male Infertility refers to a man's inability to impregnate his partner despite regular unprotected intercourse. Common causes include low sperm count, poor sperm motility, or abnormalities in sperm shape.

Lifestyle factors, such as smoking, excessive alcohol intake, and stress, can contribute to fertility issues. Medical conditions like hormonal imbalances, infections, or structural problems may also play a role. Seeking timely advice from the best sexologist, adopting a healthy lifestyle, and addressing underlying issues can improve male fertility, enhancing the chances of conception.


Symptoms

Symptoms of Male Infertility

Male infertility may not always present noticeable symptoms, but some signs can indicate potential issues. Common symptoms include:

1. Erectile Dysfunction (ED):

  1. Difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection during sexual activity may indicate underlying issues affecting fertility.

2. Ejaculation Problems:

  1. Premature ejaculation or delayed ejaculation can impact the ability to conceive.

3. Testicular Pain or Swelling:

  1. Persistent pain, swelling, or the presence of lumps in the testicular area may signal problems such as infections, varicoceles, or testicular torsion, impacting fertility.

4. Changes in Libido:

  1. A noticeable decrease in sexual desire or libido may be linked to hormonal imbalances affecting fertility.

5. Respiratory Infections:

  1. Some immune system disorders associated with male infertility may manifest as recurrent respiratory infections

6. Hormonal Symptoms:

  1. Imbalances in hormones, such as testosterone, may lead to symptoms like reduced facial or body hair, fatigue, or changes in mood.

You must consult the best sexologist doctor If you are facing issues similar as mention above.


Consult

When to consult a sexologist?

After addressing a infertility issue within your self, prioritize your well-being by promptly consulting with a sexologist doctor. Book an appointment to discuss your condition, explore treatment plans, and take necessary steps towards recovery. Early intervention enhances recovery chances and improves your quality of life. Don't hesitate - schedule a consultation today to address health concerns and embark on the path to healing and wellness.

Causes of Male Infertility

Lifestyle Factors: Smoking, excessive alcohol, drug use, stress, and obesity can contribute to male infertility.

Infections : Some infections, such as sexually transmitted infections, can damage the reproductive system.

Low Sperm Count : When a man produces fewer sperm than normal, it reduces the chances of fertilizing an egg.

Poor Sperm Motility: Sperm need to swim effectively to reach the egg. If they have difficulty moving, fertility can be compromised.

Abnormal Sperm Morphology: Irregularly shaped sperm may struggle to penetrate and fertilize an egg.

Erectile Dysfunction : Difficulty in achieving or maintaining an erection can hinder successful intercourse.

Ejaculation Disorders : Problems with the timing or force of ejaculation can impact the delivery of sperm.

Varicocele : Swollen veins in the scrotum can overheat the testicles, affecting sperm production.

Hormonal Imbalances : Disruptions in hormone levels, especially testosterone, can impair fertility.

Genetic Issues : Certain genetic conditions may affect sperm production or function Medical causes.


CAUSES

Other Causes

Industrial chemicals: Chemicals at work can mess with hormones, hurt sperm quality, and damage the testicles. This may cause male infertility. To stay safe, limit exposure, follow workplace safety rules, and talk to a doctor if you're worried.

Overheating the testicles : Elevated temperatures may impair sperm production and function. Although studies are limited and are inconclusive, frequent use of saunas or hot tubs may temporarily impair your sperm count.

Sitting for long periods : Wearing tight clothing or working on a laptop computer for long stretches of time also may increase the temperature in your scrotum and may slightly reduce sperm production. But the research isn't conclusive.

Weight : Obesity can impair fertility in several ways, including directly impacting sperm themselves as well as by causing hormone changes that reduce male fertility.

Drug Usage: Anabolic steroids taken to stimulate muscle strength and growth can cause the testicles to shrink and sperm production to decrease. Use of cocaine or marijuana may temporarily reduce the number and quality of your sperm as well.

Alcohol Consumption : Drinking alcohol can lower testosterone levels, cause erectile dysfunction and decrease sperm production. Liver disease caused by excessive drinking also may lead to fertility problems.

Smoking or Tobacco : Men who smoke may have a lower sperm count than do those who don't smoke. Second hand smoke also may affect male fertility.


Risk factors of Male Infertility.

Factors contributing to male infertility vary, and some considerations include:

  1. Trauma to the testicles
  2. Prior vasectomy or major abdominal/pelvic surgery
  3. History of undescended testicles
  4. Birth with a fertility disorder or having a blood relative with such a disorder
  5. Presence of medical conditions, like tumors or chronic illnesses such as sickle cell disease
  6. Use of specific medications or undergoing treatments like surgery or radiation for cancer
  7. Complications related to smoking tobacco
  8. Alcohol consumption
  9. Use of certain illicit drugs
  10. Overweight or obesity
  11. Past or present infections
  12. Exposure to toxins
  13. Overheating of the testicles

Understanding these factors aids in assessing and addressing potential causes of male infertility.


Preventive Measures:

While male infertility may not always be preventable, you can take steps to minimize potential causes. Consider the following:

  1. Refrain from smoking
  2. Limit or abstain from alcohol consumption
  3. Steer clear of illicit drugs.
  4. Maintain a healthy weight through proper diet and exercise.
  5. Avoid getting a vasectomy if you wish to preserve fertility.
  6. Minimize exposure to factors causing prolonged heat for the testicles.
  7. Practice stress reduction techniques.
  8. Steer clear of exposure to pesticides, heavy metals, and other toxins.

These measures can contribute to promoting male reproductive health and reducing the risk of infertility.


How Gautam Ayurveda Can help you?

  1. Gautam Ayurveda is The Best Ayurvedic Sexual Health Clinic in all over Asia.
  2. We have successfully cured more than 1,77,000 patients facing Infertility and Erectile Dysfunction.
  3. We offer comprehensive treatment for male sexual health problems, including various STDs and complexities blended with Ayurvedic Solution by The Top Sexologist In India including herbal remedies, dietary changes, lifestyle modifications, and specialized therapies as well.
  4. Gautam Ayurveda is very trustworthy in terms of patient’s personal information.

Doctors

Our Experience Doctors

DR. Gautam
DR. INDERJEET SINGH

P.H.D Honor (26 Years of Exp.)

DR. DEVENDER
DR. VINOD SHARMA

B.A.M.S (41 Years of Exp.)

DR. SHIVSAGAR
DR. SHIV SAGAR RAY

B.A.M.S (32 Years of Exp.)

DR. DEVENDER
DR. RAJEEV BHARADWAJ

B.A.M.S (23 Years of Exp.)

DR. TINU VARGHESE
DR. TINU VARGHESE

B.A.M.S (12 Years of Exp.)

DR. DEVENDER
DR. DEVENDER

B.A.M.S (12 Years of Exp.)

DR. MAHI CHAUDHARY
DR. MAHI CHAUDHARY

B.E.M.S (07 Years of Exp.)

FAQ's

India Sexual Wellness FAQs: Understanding Your Concerns

If you have male infertility, it means you have repeated unprotected sexual intercourse for over a year but your AFAB (Assigned Female at Birth) partner doesn’t get pregnant.
Taking steroids orally or through injections can stop the body from making the hormones necessary for producing sperm. Yes, it leads to Infertility.
Illnesses like kidney disease, testicular cancer, fevers, infections, and sexually transmitted diseases can affect sperm production. Genetic conditions like cystic fibrosis may also cause infertility. Consultation with the doctor is crucial for diagnosis and treatment.
Yes, male infertility can be treatable with various options available such as therapy, including lifestyle changes, medications, and assisted reproductive techniques.
To avoid infertility, maintain a healthy lifestyle, practice safe sex, avoid smoking and excessive alcohol, manage stress, and avoid exposure to toxins.
Yes, chances of infertility increase with age for both men and women.
The normal sperm count can range from 16 to 100 million sperms per millilitre of semen. If the sperm count falls below 10 million, the sperm count is considered poor.
Ayurveda offers natural solutions to promote reproductive health in both men and women. Treatment plans can focus on improving sperm quality, regulating ovulation cycles, and addressing hormonal imbalances.

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