In our society, there is still an erroneous assumption that infertility, at couple level, is closely related only to women’s problems. In fact, a third of couples who fail to have a baby find that the reason is linked to the quality of the man’s sperm, It is therefore important to educate ourselves about infertility in men.
In the following lines, Barza presents the factors that can contribute to low male fertility, as well as the most handy solutions for testing.
Male infertility cannot always be prevented. However, there are a number of factors that can negatively impact reproductive health:
Possible causes of male fertility problems are:
Chlamydia is a common infection caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis, which is transmitted through unprotected sexual contact and can affect both men and women. Chlamydia can cause infertility if not diagnosed early and treated properly. In addition to infertility, the infection can also cause other conditions such as:
Barza’s tip: there is a safe and quick self-testing product on the market that detects Chlamydia infection.
The main sign of male infertility is the inability to conceive a child. There may be no other obvious signs or symptoms. In some cases, however, some changes occur:
The inability to conceive a child can be stressful and frustrating. It is important that partners correctly identify the reason why they cannot have children. Couples who are unsuccessful in getting pregnant can be guided, simply, easily and quickly, with Barza’s Female & Male Fertility Tests.
For men, the test determines the concentration of sperm in human semen in just a few minutes to determine fertility. The accuracy of the results obtained is greater than 98%.
If you find that male infertility might be the problem in your couple, it is important to talk to a specialist about having a spermogram to clarify all the characteristics of the sperm and their ability to fertilise the egg.
Specialists recommend that you do not neglect your reproductive health, as complications such as: