In modern times, the infertility rate has increased rapidly. And researches show its mainly because of the unhealthy lifestyle and stress. So here are some habits of both men and women which are depriving them of fertility.
90% of people are alcohol intakers nowadays, degrading not only their physical health but also sperm count in men. Women lose above 60% of chance of getting pregnant because of alcohol.
It is as harmful as alcohol. Smoking directly affects the eggs in women, increasing the chance of miscarriage. For men, it lowers the sperm count and quality.
One of the biggest murderer of people. Stress and anxiety do no good, instead it reduces sperm production and effects female ovulation.
4. Sexually Transmitted Infections.
To name a few, sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and chlamydia cause infertility. What it does is inflames the scrotum in male and fallopian tubes in female.
Excessive body weight is not good in any way. When men gain weight, it leads to abnormal production of sperm. And women are subjected to low chances of reproduction.
6. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
This is mainly caused due to changes in the pituitary gland and hypothalamus, which in turn gives rise to hormonal imbalance. What happens due to this is premature development of ovarian follicles, and eggs cannot properly mature here. In some cases even cysts are detected.
7. Abdominal diseases.
The bacterial infections or viruses transmitted during s3xual intercourse damage the fallopian tube. This may also result due to appendicitis or chronic colitis.
This disease is dangerous as it blocks the sperm from reaching the egg, thus giving rise to infertility in women.
This is a cause for men’s infertility. While suffering from this, the sperm quality is degraded. But treatment is ofcourse possible. The treatment not only cures it completely but also the functions and sperm quality becomes better. Potential outcomes are possible if assisted with reproductive techniques.
10. Ejaculation issues.
When the semen travels and reaches the bladder accidentally, retreating ejaculation takes place. This can happen due to many reasons, diabetes, medications, spinal injuries, and surgery of the prostate, bladder, or urethra.
Infections are the worst type of problems. They hamper the sperm health, reduces the sperm production and sometimes even block the passage of sperm.
Some non-malignant tumours or cancer hit the reproductive organs in men directly. Treating these diseases with radiation, chemotherapy or surgery can also result in infertility.