Male Fertility: When It’s Time To See A Doctor

Many men who fail to immediately make women pregnant tend to panic instead of seeking medical help. A recent survey claims that one in eight men tend to suffer fertility issues at some or the other point in their lives.

But that doesn't mean that they can never become fathers as medical technology has come up with innovative measures to help.

Also Read: How Couples Need To Handle Infertility

Of course, when the problem is irreversible then there could be no hope but only a doctor can detect whether your problem is a temporary one or a permanent one.

Yes, most of the problems can be cured. Here are some situations when you must first visit a fertility clinic instead of panicking.

Reason #1

When your erections fail, it is not the end of the story. If the problem is due to some temporary issues, a doctor can help you. Yes, you can still become a father.

Reason #2

When your sperm count dips, it could sometimes be due to some lifestyle habits like smoking, hot baths etc. You don't need to give up hope as a doctor can identify the reason and help you out.

Reason #3

When your libido diminishes, you may fail to even get into ‘that' act with your wife. Well, doctors may use the latest technology to make the process of conception easy if you first pick up the courage and meet a doctor.

Reason #4

When your wife fails to conceive even after successful attempts then it could be due to some other issues too. A medical checkup may identify the reason.

Reason #5

When performance anxiety troubles you, it could be due to stress or fear. A counseling session may fill courage in you and help you become a father.

Reason #6

When stress kills desire, maybe a doctor can help you out by identifying or removing the reasons that caused it.

Reason #7

When you have any kind of hidden irrational fears, maybe the problem is totally psychological. Certain therapies may help you cope up with the problem and come out of it.

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