Review Article - Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (2022) Volume 12, Issue 90
A review article of effects causing male infertility and changing in sperm quality.
Introduction: Infertility and low fecundity have long been a source of concern, and they remain a significant clinical issue today, affecting 8–12% of couples worldwide. Male factor infertility accounts for 40–50% of all cases of infertility, with as many as 2% of all males having insufficient sperm parameters. Low sperm count, sperm motility, and morphological abnormalities are all possibilities. Infertility rates are substantially higher in less developed countries, and infectious disorders account for a bigger share of infertility. The new findings will aid researchers in better understanding male factor infertility trends in developing nations such as India, as well as uncovering potential future causes of male infertility. Conclusion: Environment, lifestyle, health issues, and a variety of other factors all have an impact on infertility. As a result, the volume and quality of sperm changes. Many couples nowadays confront problems as a result of male health issues, which might impact his reproductive organ and cause other complications in his offspring.Author(s): Prachi Pramod Deshmukh, Ujwal Gajbe*, Amol Gaikwad, Minal Kalambe