What Are the Symptoms of Male Infertility

What Are the Symptoms of Male Infertility?

• Low sperm count in ejaculate

• Diluted appearance of semen

• Impotence

• Premature ejaculation

• Lack of libido

• Pain in testicles

• Loss of sense of smell

• Enlarged breasts

• Hairless face and body

Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after sexual intercourse with the same partner within one year. Infertility affects about 12% of couples, and male infertility is the cause of 50% of those cases. Almost 4 million people aged 15–45 suffer from male infertility in the US. The cause of male infertility may include low sperm count, poor sperm quality, or the occlusion of sperm ducts. Globally, 47 million couples have infertility problems.