Diabetes is a worldwide problem that requires people to keep an eye on their diet, exercise, and other habits. People know a lot about how diabetes affects the heart, eyes, kidneys, and nervous system, but not as much about how it affects the ability to have children. Diabetes isn’t known to have any direct effect on a person’s ability to have children, but some conditions related to diabetes can affect a person’s ability to have children. So, researchers have found a strong link between Diabetes and not being able to have children. This article will talk about male infertility and how it is linked to diabetes.
Both men and women can lose their ability to have children if they have diabetes. We will talk about some things that men can have that can make them unable to have children.
Problems with Men are:
Erectile Dysfunction, also called impotence, is a sexual problem in men in which they can’t get or keep an erection of the penis while they’re being sexual. It’s caused by nerve damage (neuropathy) and less blood flow as a result. It is known that people with diabetes can damage nerves all over their bodies over time. ED can be solve by Cenforce 100 and Cenforce 150 medicine.
People who have Retrograde Ejaculation or other ejaculation problems have trouble getting pregnant. They can choose to have a baby with the help of Assisted Reproductive Technology.
Ejaculation That Is Late
Delayed ejaculation is when a man doesn’t ejaculate or when it takes a long time for him to ejaculate after being sexually stimulated. It is caused by damaged nerves or nerves that aren’t sensitive enough. Diabetes can cause nerve damage.
Retrograde ejaculation is when the sperm doesn’t go out through the urethra but instead goes into the urinary bladder. Retrograde ejaculation is another problem that people with diabetes have because it is caused by autonomic neuropathy.
Low Number of Sperm
One in four men with diabetes have low testosterone levels, according to research. Low testosterone levels can cause low sperm count, erectile dysfunction, and low sex drive, all of which can make it harder to get pregnant.
Lesser quality of sperm
Researchers have found that diabetes can make sperm less healthy. When a man’s sperm isn’t as good, it takes a long time to get pregnant, and sometimes it’s not even possible.
The sperm got hurt.
Oxidative stress is caused by a high level of glucose in the blood, which hurts the sperm. Men whose sperm is damaged can’t make their partner pregnant or can only do it less often.
Lower semen volume
Researchers found that diabetic men have less sperm than other men. When the amount of semen is low, the sperm might not be able to fertilize the egg.
Low sperm count (hypogonadism)
Men with diabetes are twice as likely as men without diabetes to have low testosterone. Low testosterone can make it hard for a man to have sex that he enjoys. Low sex drive can make it hard to get pregnant.
When a man can’t have children, the doctor may suggest that the couple use Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) like IVF (In Vitro Fertilization). Assisted Reproductive Technology does not treat the cause of infertility, but it can help couples get pregnant by using different techniques.