A recent study discovers strong connection between the defects in semen of men and the risks of health issues.
Generally, people are aware of the fact that poor semen quality can lead to numerous infertility problems. However, a latest research reveals that it can also give birth to other disease such as blood pressure, hypertension, hormonal disorders, skin and heart diseases.
The researchers of the Stanford University School of Medicine carefully analyzed 9,000 men who were worried about their infertility issues. The experts uncovered that men who have low sperms counts or poor sperm motility are at a high risk of heart and vascular disease. In a nutshell, the defects in men’s semen are directly proportional to the other health related issues.
Later on, the experts recommended that man experiencing reproductive difficulties should go for a complete physical check up.
Michael Eisenberg, assistant professor of Urology at Standford University informed that nearly 15 percent of the couples suffer from different kinds of fertility problems. The majority of the cases are linked with the semen deficiencies of male spouse. Hence, researchers should closely analyze these men as these infertility issues are an indicator. Issues with reproduction signify problems with the overall health of men.
Unfortunately, researchers are still not aware about the cause and effect relationship of infertility and these health problems.
The report is printed in detail in 10th December’s edition of Journal Fertility and Sterility.