Saturday, 5 December 2015

Male with Low Fertility Might Signal of Testicular Cancer

Infertility is the issue of not getting pregnant in female and not making his partner pregnant in male. The concept of infertility or impotence is common in society. Even celebrities are also affected with this issue.

Female infertility is caused due to many reproductive issues like fallopian tube cancer, endometriosis, thyroid, premature ovarian which release poor quality of eggs at early age, periods (ovulation) problem, ovarian cyst problem, hormone imbalance, and unexplained infertility.

Unexplained means unidentified infertility in which all tests are made but not get desired result. In test report everything is fine but you are facing with infertility problem. Sometime this case happens in which problem is unknown and doctor recommend you to go for IVF (In-Vitro Fertilization) or test tube baby treatment.

Infertility in male is mostly caused by sperm reproduction problem. In some cases, male is also responsible for the cause of no having baby. Sperms play a vital role in making the fertilization process inside the woman. This is the main reproductive system in male which is responsible for making a woman pregnant.

Sperm related problem like low amount of seminal fluid is released or sometime null is produced. Sometime sperms are released but their motility is not good. Sperm motility refers to the flow and movement of sperms that they do not swim. When the movement of sperms is not present then they are not able to mix with eggs and this obstructs in fertilization process. With this cause, you are not able to conceive. 

Infertility in male can increase the chances of testicular cancer. It can also increase the risk for melanoma skin cancer, and prostate cancers. Those who are having low concentration of sperms, the risk of testicular cancer are 10 times higher.

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