Author(s): Kupozulu Swuro, Bilal Ahmad Wani and Khursheed Ahmad Wani
Infertility is one of the major health problems in couples’ lives; approximately 30% of couple’s infertilities are due to male factors. In the last few years, a marked decrease in the quality of semen has been reported. Several conditions can interfere with spermatogenesis and reduce sperm quality and production. Many factors such as drug treatment, chemotherapy, toxins, air pollution, and insufficient vitamin intake may have harmful effects on spermatogenesis and the normal production of sperm. Loss of interest in sex or problems with sexual arousal makes most individuals experience and andexpress discomfort in their sexual behavior. Such concerns or changes may arise from an illness or disability, medication or surgical procedure, changes accompanying the aging process, relationship difficulties performance anxiety, or a combination of any of these factors.
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