While some couples find it easy to conceive, several others find it extremely difficult or impossible. This could be because one or both partners have fertility issues that need to be diagnosed and treated. Male infertility is common; in one out of five infertile couples,the problem will be due to a male factor.
The most common sign of infertility in men is of course the inability to conceive for six months or longer.
Some symptoms like reduced libido, difficulty in ejaculation, difficulty in maintaining an erection can also point to a bigger issue of infertility in men.
Swelling, lumps, or pain in the testicle area should also not be taken lightly. Also an undescended testicle needs to be medically checked out.
Signs that indicate hormonal problems include decreased facial and bodily hair.
Infections: Infections targeting the respiratory system can also affect fertility.
A few other signs that could point out to infertility in male are – dilated veins around the testicle, a history of testicle, prostate or sexual problems, a sexually transmitted disease that was treated in the past, and groin, testicle, penis or scrotum surgery.
If you are trying to conceive for a long time without success, then be on a lookout for these symptoms, and make an appointment with a doctor as soon as possible. Many causes of infertility are treatable, and there is no reason why you cannot expect a full recovery and conceive successfully.