Male fertility: Problems getting your partner pregnant – Infertility is not a unilateral or exclusive situation for women. As a fundamental part of the fertilization, gestation and reproduction process, the male spermatozoon must comply with certain states of functionality that guarantee that it can fulfill that function.
You will find in this publication the description of the most common causes for a man not being able to impregnate a woman. At the end there will also be the offer of a test with which you can check the health of your semen
Most common fertility problems in men
Untreated sexual diseases: infections such as Chlamydia or Gonorrhea are often asymptomatic and easy to confuse with others. In many cases, the prolongation of the time in which we carry them, lead to leaving the sperm sterile
Low mobility and quantity of spermatozoa: it is a consequence that is usually attributed to smoking, obesity and low exercise rhythm.
Hormonal Imbalance: Considering that semen is produced by a series of hormones, having too many or too few of them often causes infertility in a man.
Problems in your ejaculation duct: When these ducts become inflamed, they stop the passage of sperm or direct them to parts from which they cannot leave.
Overweight or Malnutrition: either of the two circumstances lead to a hormonal disorder and therefore to alterations in the production of semen.
Conditions of the genital area: blows or previous surgeries in the scrotum or the testicles can affect their functioning, as a sperm conduit, in such a way that it produces infertility.
Male Fertility Test
You can analyze the real and functional state of your sperm with a Seminogram. This test offers you a complete report on your fertility after a period of 3 to 5 days after taking the test.