During the course of a few decades, obesity has become shockingly widespread. It’s a worldwide problem that has become a full-blown epidemic. We all have heard of negative effects that obesity has on our bodies, it damages the blood vessels, heart, destroys musculoskeletal system, impairs one’s sexual functions, and so forth. One of the most shocking “side-effects” of the obesity is the fact it has a strong negative effect on male reproductive system.
It quickly reduces the quality of the sperm, altering both molecular and physical structure of the germ cells. This can affect men of all ages. Obesity can also lead to an increase in scrotal temperature and ED.
There are several treatments for obese men with infertility issues, including:
Patient’s best bet would be combing the first two solutions. Due to the fact that losing weight takes time, a patient will likely require some extra help to go along with his positive lifestyle adjustments. The third option can also be combined with weight loss.