Some couples can not have children. They simply can not get pregnant. Attempt after attempt and no results. Of course we all know about female infertility. But we will talk about infertility in men. Infertility in men occurs in 30% cases when a couple can not get pregnant.
The problem of male infertility is in male ejaculation problems and low sperm count. When the man can not properly release semen to get the woman pregnant, he can be suffering from erectile dysfunctions, premature ejaculation.
Low sperm count can be caused by hormonal disorder, infections and by wearing tight underwear. If you have concerns regarding male infertility, you should see a doctor immediately, especially if you tried getting pregnant and failed.
Male infertility may be treated. 50 percent of male infertility cases can be remedied. Treatment by conventional methods may help the couple get pregnant through normal sexual intercourse. There are medications, antibiotics, and sperm volume pills that a man can take to help in sperm production, get rid of infection, or aid in hormonal imbalance. Also, you can try wearing loose clothing like boxers or avoiding hot tubs, saunas, and long hot showers.
But remember: male infertility should be treated as soon as possible! If you do not treat it in time then you can forget about your wife's pregnancy.