Testosterone May Have Links to Male Fertility and Serious Diseases
About one in ten men will be affected by poor sperm quality, a major issue that could result in fertility problems and even greater risks such as testicular cancer. A possible candidate linking the two? Not enough testosterone
About one in ten men will be affected by poor sperm quality, a major issue that could result in fertility problems and even greater risks such as testicular cancer. This type of cancer is among the most common diseases faced by young men. Thankfully, testicular cancer is not only easy to detect, it is highly curable. Even men who manage to dodge testicular cancer will still face considerable challenges due to poor sperm quality, however.
With these things in mind, scientists have delved deep into studying how male fertility problems are linked to a risk of diseases like cancer. A possible candidate linking the two? Not enough testosterone. Studies have shown that over twenty percent of men dealing with poor semen quality are also showing signs of a testosterone deficiency. These men are also showing early signs of potential osteoporosis (bone loss) and diabetes.
While testosterone therapy may prove to be an effective preventive measure, the studies being conducted also make it easier to identify if men are at high risk, allowing doctors to better advise them on positive lifestyle changes and assisting with weight loss efforts.
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