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What is Male Infertility?

Description of the disease

Male infertility is a condition in which a man has difficulty conceiving a child with a female partner. This can be caused by various factors, such as a low sperm count or poor sperm quality.


  • General male infertility: when a man cannot conceive a child regardless of the partner
  • Relative male infertility: when a man has difficulty conceiving only with a specific partner


The main symptoms of male infertility include a low sperm count, altered sperm shape or motility, and sexual problems.


Causes of male infertility may include hormonal imbalances, infections, environmental influences, injuries, and genetic problems.


Various tests, such as sperm analysis, ultrasound examination, and hormonal analyses, are carried out to diagnose male infertility.


Treatment may include lifestyle changes, medication, surgical interventions, or assisted reproductive technology procedures.


Prevention of male infertility is recommended to avoid harmful habits, lead a healthy lifestyle, and avoid exposure to harmful environmental factors.


For consultation regarding male infertility, it is advisable to consult a urologist or an andrologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.