Male Infertility

Male infertility issues are responsible for about one-third of infertility problems among couples. Male infertility can range from a decrease in sperm production to a physical blockage that prevents sperm from reaching its destination. A few of the most common issues responsible for male infertility are listed below:

  • Infection and Environmental factors (acute and/or chronic infections of the prostate or testicle environmental toxins, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, etc.)
  • Surgery or vasectomy
  • Genetic disorders
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Anatomic issues (blockages, varicoceles, tumors)
  • Direct injury (testicular or pelvic trauma, heat, irradiation, etc.)