MALE INFERTILITY AND RELATED RISK FACTORS IN B AND C TEACHING HOSPITAL
Yadav Dinesh Prasad*, Sharma Sonia and Jha Raj Kumar (MBBS, MD)
Inferlity has become ominous problem. on an average, about 10% of all couples face dificulty in starting a family and this creates a feeling of great personal failure, particularly in developing country where religious and socio-economic tradition have made it almost imperative for everyone to have children. An association had been found between impaired semen quality including sperm count, motality and morphology. In this study, the various contributory aetiological factors i.e., blood relatives, tumors, chronic illness, STDs, genital infection, surgery, smoking and modern life style had been discussed which have a serious impact on male inferlity in this research we analyzed data from various sources and present evidences of the possible etiology and risk factors for male inferlity, there is a need to emerge at the indiscriminate use of tobacco smoking, excessive alcoholism, and STDs to control infertility.
Keywords: Male inferlity, Oligospermia, Asthenospermia, Teratozoospermia and Azoospermia.
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