What are the risk factors of Male Infertility?
- Published on April 22, 2021
Risk factors of male infertility include smoking tobacco, alcohol abuse, obesity, overheating of testicles, history of trauma to the testicles, congenital fertility disorders, prior vasectomy, certain medical conditions like sickle cell disease and specific treatments such as cancer treatments.
Dr Shreya Gupta
Fertility TreatmentsProblems with fertility are both emotionally and medically challenging. At Birla Fertility & IVF, we focus on providing you with supportive, personalized care at every step of your journey towards becoming a parent.
Male InfertilityMale factor infertility accounts for almost 40%-50% of all infertility cases. Decreased sperm function can be the result of genetic, lifestyle, medical or environmental factors. Fortunately, most causes of male factor infertility can be easily diagnosed and treated.
We offer a comprehensive range of sperm retrieval procedures and treatments for couples with male factor infertility or sexual dysfunction.