Normally we look at infertility as a female issue but it turns out that according to WebMD.com, one-third of all cases of infertility cases that are reported are those in which the male cannot produce sperm.
Many would think most men would happy that they can have all the unprotected sex that they want without the consequence of a pregnancy ensuing but that's not the case with all men.
It's probably safe to say that most men would like to produce children one day and finding out that they can't can be as devastating to them as it is to women. Most men don't find out that they can't have children until after the risks have been taken anyway so it can really be a blow to a man's ego and future plans when they try to get serious, settle down and have kids only to find out that it ain't gonna happen. Not easily anyway.
Factors that influence a man's infertility are, but are not limited to: Genetic factors, sexually transmitted diseases that go untreated, smoking and drinking excessively, diabetes and other diseases etc.
How does a man really feel when he can't produce children of his own? Does he try harder to bond with other people's kids? Adopt? Become bitter and frustrated? Blame women for his shortcomings? Become a serial murderer? Seek help? Probably all of these things and other things as well, positive and negative.
We'll find out more about this and the things that can be done to help cope with this situation or even reverse it on Wednesday. Check it out.
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