In about one-third of couples experiencing problems conceiving, male infertility is to blame. There are many health problems that can contribute to infertility in men. You can hear about some of them when you watch this video, which features a reproductive health specialist.
He explains that a varicocele is among the most common causes of male infertility. This is an enlarged vein in the scrotum that negatively affects sperm. It is potentially treatable. Other possible causes of male infertility include hormonal imbalance, infections, nerve damage, and anatomical abnormalities, such as undescended testes or the absence of a vas deferens.
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