Male fertility, an important issue for couples
- Family history: having brothers, cousins or infertile uncles.
- Alteration in the development of male sex organs.
- Diseases in childhood such as mumps, strong infections in the testicles, sexually transmitted diseases.
- Exposure to chemicals, solvents, medicines for daily use, exposure to high temperatures such as furnaces and boilers, radiation and X-rays.
- Drugs such as cigarettes, liquor, marijuana, cocaine, among others, are not determinants in male infertility, but can impair the mobility and exit of sperm, which alters success in a process of fertility in the couple.
- An emotional side to fertility can affect man when it comes to getting pregnant, because his answer is not the same if it presents anxiety, depression and other illnesses that alter their mood.
The male factor shows a very important percentage, contrary to what was believed in the past. It is known that the man contributes 30% of the difficulties around infertility, 20% are provided by both members of the couple and the woman provides the other 50%. That is to say that in the middle of the problems of the infertility is present the male factor, and therefore in Inser we evaluate of entry to the man like the woman to know how its fertility is found in face to the search of a new pregnancy.