Male Fertility: Why Male Fertility Is Weak? You won’t believe the reason
Mumbai: India is a country where women are often held responsible for infertility. But that is not always the case. In a male-dominated society, men are not to be blamed, even when they are in short supply. In many cases it has been reported that the fertility of the married man is so weak that he cannot produce children.
Why does it affect male fertility?
When male fertility starts to decline, it is usually due to hectic lifestyle and eating habits. These things are believed to be true to a large extent.
Similarly, after marriage the responsibilities of men increase so much that they are unable to take care of their health to bear the burden of family responsibilities. As a result, their sperm count, quality and testosterone levels seem to increase. But there could be some reason for this problem.
Meanwhile, a few years ago, research showed that male fertility can be reduced for a number of reasons. According to the study, this is also possible due to climate change. The rapidly changing climate of the world is affecting male fertility, many of which are still unknown.
right age to become a father
According to experts, the age of 20 to 30 is the right age for men to become a father. Men can have children, even if they are 50 or older.
According to Guinness World Records, a man gave birth to a baby boy at the age of 92. According to the researchers, the age of a man is very important for the birth of a child. Men are less likely to become fathers after age 40