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Wife Always Unable to Conceive a Baby? Men Should Know These Things!
When a couple is plagued by "infertility," people tend to think it's the woman's problem. But men and women have an equal chance of getting infertility.
Infertility is when both spouses have normal sexual life without any contraceptive measures but still have not conceived for more than one year.

According to statistics, 35% to 40% of infertility is caused by the male side, the female side causes another 35% to 40%, and the remaining 20% to 30% is caused by the combined factors and unknown reasons from both the husband and wife.
Men played an essential role in sex and pregnancy. After entering the female reproductive tract, only hundreds to thousands of sperms can pass through the vagina and cervix, enter the uterus, and reach the ampulla of the fallopian tube for fertilization. Ultimately, only one sperm can fuse with the egg to form a fertilized egg.
Leading Causes of Male Infertility
Causes of male infertility related to semen quality include low sperm count, low sperm motility, and abnormal sperm shape or structure. Other factors that may reduce male fertility include diseases of the testis itself, varicocele, endocrine disorders, certain antibiotics, chemotherapy drugs, chronic stress, etc.
For example, orchitis is a prevalent cause of male infertility. After pathogens infect the epididymis, some pathogens (such as Escherichia coli) can directly cause damage to the sperm in the epididymal duct, and some pathogens (such as mycoplasma and chlamydia) are adsorbed on the surface of the sperm, reducing or even invalidating the sperm's motility. In addition, when eliminating pathogens, Immune cells such as white blood cells may kill or injure sperm, regardless of whether they are good or bad. 
At the same time, pathogens can also easily cause the reduction or blockage of the epididymal lumen, resulting in incomplete or complete obstruction at the junction between the tail of the epididymis and the vas deferens. 
With the current medical progress, many male infertility diseases have the possibility of being cured. If the infertility is caused by orchitis, it can be treated with Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, herbal medicine that clears heat and detoxifies, promotes blood circulation, and removes blood stasis. Its pure plant formula can effectively kill the pathogens that cause epididymis and testicular infections, and long-term use of this medicine will not produce drug resistance and drug resistance.
Along with medication, some lifestyle changes may also improve your chances of conceiving.
1. Stay Away from Tobacco And Drugs
Smoking and drugs can lead to lower sperm count, lower sperm motility, and abnormal sperm shape or structure.
2. Drink Less Alcohol
Alcohol reduces sperm motility and reduces the number of healthy sperm.
3. Weight Control
Both overweight and underweight people can are more likely to have fertility problems. Being overweight can lead to endocrine disturbances and increase the risk of high blood pressure and diabetes. These diseases can harm delicate sperm, while underweight men may have lower sperm count and quality than ordinary men.
4. Avoid Excessive Exercise
Excessive exercise can reduce testosterone levels in the body, affecting reproductive function and indirectly reducing sperm count.
Also, fitness enthusiasts need to be reminded to stay away from steroids. Steroid drugs may cause the testicles to shrink, resulting in infertility.
5. Balanced Diet
Have a balanced diet to meet your daily needs for various vitamins and minerals. Insufficient vitamin C and zinc in the body can affect sperm motility. Vitamin E is also involved in sperm production and reproduction.
6. Avoid Contact with Toxic Substances
Men often exposed to toxic and harmful substances (such as pesticides, radiation, or heavy metals) in their daily work and life are at increased risk of infertility.
7. Wear Suitable Underwear
There has always been a debate about whether men should wear boxers or briefs. Some people think that briefs are tighter, so wearing them may increase the temperature of the testicles. As the testicles are very sensitive to temperature, the excessive temperature will affect men's ability to produce healthy sperm.
But no scientific studies have proved it is better to wear boxers than briefs. In general, if you're trying to have a baby, it's recommended to wear loose and breathable underwear (both briefs and boxers are good), don't wear tight jeans, and stay away from hot baths and saunas.
In recent years, the incidence of male infertility has been high. It is essential for men considering becoming fathers to maintain a healthy lifestyle and a positive attitude.
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