Why Male Infertility is on the Rise?


Speaking in regards to the rising male infertility, Dr Neeta Singh, Professor, Division of Obstetrics & Gynecology, stated that

is a vital issue for this.

“The parenting age has considerably increased compared to last 25-30 years because of late marriage trends. Now, males generally marry after 30-33 years and more or less, there is same pattern for females also. So, with the advancement of the ages, there happens DNA fragmentation in the sperm which is primarily responsible for the male infertility,” stated Dr Singh.


Amongst different causes, the rising temperature can also be an necessary issue for the male infertility, she stated, including that, “Our clothing patterns have also an impact on the infertility.”

“The testes are naturally placed outside the body because it even can not tolerate the body’s normal temperature. But, tight dressing trends and hot geographical location causes severe infertility,” stated Dr Singh of AIIMS, including that it additionally impacts the blood circulation of the physique.

She continued saying that the tight dressing is for the nations like US the place temperature is often chilly, however in Indian context, it could be deadly. The consequences of elevated testicular temperature could end in irregular spermatogenesis and impaired sperm morphology and performance, she stated, whereas including that “our ancestors used to wear loose and airy dresses like ‘dhoti’ and ‘lungi'”.

Extended warmth can create an issue on that half, she stated, including that it’s advisable to scrub the male half with chilly water after a number of intervals if uncovered to excessive temperature.

She additionally underlined the late evening working tradition as prime issue for infertility as a result of it impacts the secretion of Melatonin hormone that’s produced by mind in response to darkness.

“There is a trend of declining sperm count across the globe and accordingly, the WHO has also reduced the acceptable value for normal sperm count. From 45 million sperm count, it has been reduced to 15 million sperm count which is supposed enough for pregnancy”, stated Delhi-based fertility professional Dr Archana Dhawan Bajaj.

“In the semen analysis, good count was considered above 60 million a decade ago, but in today’s environment, we find maximum normal sperm count around 30 to 40 million and it has considerably decreased,” she added.

Dr Bajaj stated that round 40 p.c of whole infertility is brought on by male infertility, including that if sperm rely is above 15 million, being pregnant could be achieved.

“The internal rhythm of the body has been broken due to work pressure of global lifestyle. People living in India work as per the timing of European countries or other nations which adversely affect the rhythm of the body and results into the performance pressure affecting their sperm quality”, added Dr Bajaj.

In the meantime, India’s Whole Fertility Charge (TFR) is presently under the alternative stage of fertility of two.1 youngsters per girl. The TFR is the common variety of youngsters born to a girl in her lifetime.

The below-replacement fertility outcomes ultimately in destructive inhabitants progress and extinction of the inhabitants in the long run.

Supply: IANS


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