How To Know If You Are Sterile
If you have been trying to conceive a child with your woman for more than six months with no results, then this is a sign of how to know if you are sterile. Most men do not show any symptoms, but with a series of test performed by your doctor, fertility problems can be easily identified. With the aid of hormonal drugs and proper screening, your fertility problems have good chances of being improved.
- Testicular Problems. Some symptoms such as visible masses on the scrotum, small testicles, one testicle appearing larger than the other, low or no sperm production and pain and swelling of the testicles can tell you if you are sterile.
- Sperm Transport Problems. You are sterile if you had a vasectomy. A vasectomy blocks the ducts which sperm swim through resulting in infertility. A vasectomy can be reversed if you are trying to conceive a child.
- Hormonal Problems. Hormonal problems have a number of symptoms that appear if you are sterile. These symptoms include soft and small testicles, no testosterone production, high levels of testosterone, blurred vision, large pituitary glands, enlarged breast tissue, difficulty with sexual performance, impotence and changes in hair growth patterns. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, then you should see you doctor to know if you are sterile.
- Ejaculatory Problems. Ejaculatory problems are other ways to tell if you are sterile. These ejaculatory problems include difficulty to maintain or keep an erection, having orgasms with no semen production, and passing urine that is of a milky white substance after an orgasm.