•Physical problems with the testicles
•Blockages in the ducts that carry sperm
•A history of high fevers or mumps
•Lifestyle or environmental factors
It is often seen that male infertility leads to tension in the couple's relationship. Moreover, there are so many baseless myths about infertility treatment like expensive evaluations, Beyond reach of middle class, Artificial etc.
The genes have a vital role to play in male infertility. A large art of the genetic causes are due to tiny deletions in the Y chromosome. The Y chromosome is what makes you a man. It triggers the switch for all things manly - the love of sports, fascination of mean machines and a healthy admiration of Sylvester Stallone all originate from the Y chromosome and so does sperm production and testicular development. However in the natural shuffling of genetic cards minute pieces of the Y chromosome are lost which in time affects the sperm quality.
According to Dr. Rajesh Koradia "The genetic material on Y chromosome is altering at an alarming rate which believed to be happening generation to generation., giving rise to an increase in male subfertility cases. Y chromosome infertility is a condition that affects the production of sperm, making it difficult or impossible for affected men to father children. An affected man's body may produce no sperm cells, a smaller than usual number of sperm cells, or sperm cells that are abnormally shaped or that do not move properly."
Male infertility due to the genetic factors and lifestyle factors are rapidly gaining pace as compared to other factors. However, Assisted reproductive technologies can help affected men He added.
If you suspect you are infertile, see your doctor. There are tests that may tell if you have fertility problems. When it is possible to find the cause, treatments may include medicines, surgery, or assisted reproductive technologies. Happily, two-thirds of couples treated for infertility are able to have babies.