Sexual activity problems – loss of libido or difficulty in maintaining an erect penis.
Loss of facial or body hair or other signs of a chromosomal or hormone abnormality
If you are unable to conceive your sexual partner even after one year of regular and without condom intercourse.
Problems related to sexual activity, such as hardening of the penis, ejaculation problems, decreased sexual interest, or other sexual activity problems.
Pain, discomfort, lump or swelling in the testicular area.
A history of testicular, prostate or sexual problems may precede testicular, prostate or sexual problems.
Surgery has been done to the groin (part of the abdomen and thighs), testis, penis, or testicles.
prevention of sperm deficiency
Limit or stop alcohol consumption
stay away from drugs
Talk to your doctor about medications that can affect sperm production
Avoid heat Avoid stress Avoid exposure to pesticides, heavy metals and other toxins