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6 Lifestyle choices that contribute to Male Infertility

According to recent studies, the quality of human sperm has been declining, which means something definitely is wrong. As more studies are conducted in effort to understand the male fertility in general, let us understand what can be done at personal level to rectify the situation.

Our lifestyle

Everyday we make choices that potentially affect our fertility, so it’s important that male understand this and weigh their decisions before potentially compromising their ability to sire children.

Following factors negatively affect male fertility.

1. Smoking 



Research shows that chemicals decrease the count, motility and quality of sperm and willfully absorbing toxic chemicals into your body is not a good idea, if you plan to conceive.

Men who smoke even moderately put themselves at risk of developing fertility-related issues.


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