What Are The Myths of Male Fertility You Should Stop Believing

What Are The Myths of Male Fertility You Should Stop Believing

In India, there are a lot of things people like to keep as a taboo only. Infertility is one of them. Since people do not like to talk about fertility openly, it increases various myths around. As a result, it deliberately changes our mentality and makes us believe the wrong thing. Many people do not even know that the female and male fertility have different traits. That is why it is extremely important for people to know the real fact and bust the myth of male fertility. Hence, have a look at the myth of male fertility. (Also Read: What Are The Sex Myths You Need To Avoid About Female Sexuality)

Myth: Infertility is a female problem, all men are fertile:
Fact: It is a false statement. Infertility’s problem can occur to anybody. It doesn’t matter if you are a male or a female. Just because women carry the baby in their womb, infertility is not just their problem. In this entire world, the ratio of male and female infertility are almost same. So, never blame only a women. Try and test properly. Maybe the man is responsible for this.

Myth: Daily sex will increase the chances of conception:
Fact: Let us tell you guys clearly that, conceiving is all about timing. The right and the most fertile time for conceiving are from the 10th to the 17th day of a woman’s menstrual cycle. So, it is absolutely not right that daily intercourse can increase the chance of conception. (Also Read: How Can You Boost Your Sexual Health When Your Libido Is Low)

Myth: Stress is one of the major causes of infertility:
Fact: Stress is a negative thing. But, it does not cause infertility. However, stress can create a negative impact on your sex drive, but it can not make a man infertile. In fact, in the most difficult situation also, stress cannot affect your fertility.

Myth: Middle age to older men suffer from fertility:
Fact: It is not true that only middle age to older men face infertility. This can happen to anyone; no matter how old is the person. There are many outside factors can make a young man fertile. Other than that, there may hereditary problems present.

Once a man had babies, he cannot be infertile later on:
There are various reasons can make you infertile, even after having babies. Once a man is capable to impregnate a woman, yet,  he can, later on, be infertile. The cause of this can be irregular ovulation in women, which reduces the concentration of sperm in men or other hormonal changes. Other than that, men can be infertile because of heavy smoking, boozing and other bad habits. (Also Read: What Are The Most Common Sex Injuries And Their Treatments)

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