Chronic Disease

Cancer may or may not affect fertility. However, cancer treatment with chemotherapy or radiation almost always reduces sperm production. If possible, talk with a fertility expert before starting chemotherapy or radiation. It's often possible to come up with a plan to safeguard or improve your future fertility.


A history of mumps may be another cause of male infertility. If a male gets the mumps during or just after puberty, he is at risk for the virus attacking the testicles. In severe cases, the man will have an increased risk of fertility problems later in life.

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