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signs of infertility men
About 35 percent of fertility cases can be traced to a problem in the man, and an additional 20 percent to a problem in both partners. The following is a partial list of risk factors that may contribute to male infertility
1. Exposing genitals to heat
The frequent use of saunas, steam rooms, hot tubs, whirlpools, and hot baths can temporarily impair sperm production and reduce sperm count.
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2. Having certain conditions or illnesses
Men with a history of prostatitis or genital infection, mumps after puberty, surgery on their hernia, undescended testicles, or scrotal varicose veins (varicocele) may also experience a decrease in fertility.
3. Using alcohol
Having more than one or two drinks a day can affect the quality and quantity of sperm, lower testosterone levels, and contribute to erectile dysfunction.
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4. Being a smoker
Smoking impairs the ability of sperm to move (its motility).
5. Taking prescription drugs
Some medications, such as those for ulcers or psoriasis, can slow or prevent the production of sperm.
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