1. Sperm Disorder
The most common cause of male infertility is sperm disorder. It may be abnormally shaped, immature, unable to swim, or you may not have enough sperm or may not make any sperm.
2. Structural Problem
This could be because of repeated infections or inflammation from a sexually transmitted disease, swelling, surgery, genetic or congenital disability.
3. Hormonal Imbalance
Hormonal imbalances such as thyroid disorder, low testosterone levels, pituitary or adrenal disorders etc., can affect sperm production and deposition.
4. Environmental Factors
Exposure to harmful chemicals or radiation affects sperm count and motility when working in high temperatures.
5. Other Factors
Other factors may include erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, liver or kidney disease, or treatment for seizure disorders, which are examples of problems that can also cause infertility.
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