There's a lot of mythology around penis length. If a guy's feet are a certain size, his race, his height, even his personality, all of these are claimed by society to be indicative of [...]
A number of disorders that impact the male reproductive system do not have any symptoms beyond reduced fertility.
You’ve heard of “shooting blanks” – this is where your semen contains little or no sperm. Retrograde ejaculation takes it a step further – this is a condition where a man “shoots nothing at all”.
The ugly step-brother to varicose veins, varicoceles are dialated viens in the scrotum that can cause pain, infertility & low T. Surprisingly common, they impact 15% of all men and can be corrected surgically.
There are a lot of reasons why sperm goes awol. Sometimes its an issue of mis-firing the gun and others because there aren’t any bullets to load. The first step is to figure out the underlying issue, then to put together a plan for how to fix it.
What causes testicular failure? There are several possible reasons that testicles don't support sperm production. Some of the most common include: cancer, genetic disorders, maldecent of testicle and severe injury.
<< Topics | Causes & Conditions | Reproductive Disorders Abnormal testicular descent is fairly common (30% among premature babies and 1-4% of full term babies). It a major risk factor for infertility later in [...]