Being pre-diabetic in men can affect their fertility. Research published a few years ago also proves this fact. According to this research, there is a deep connection between male fertility and pre-diabetes. If pre-diabetes is not detected and treated, it can lead to infertility in men. There is no problem of infertility due to prediabetes, to avoid this, it is necessary to consume nutritious food and exercise at least 5 times a week.

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Today in this article you will know how pre-diabetes and male fertility are related to each other -

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  1. What is Pre-Diabetes?
  2. Pre-Diabetes and Men's Health
  3. Link Between Pre-Diabetes and Male Fertility
  4. How can Pre-Diabetes be Treated?
  5. Takeaway
Doctors for Can Prediabetes Affect Fertility

Pre-diabetes is a condition in which the blood glucose level is above normal, but not high enough to be called type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes. This means that the body is not able to use its insulin supply properly. However, by reducing weight and making lifestyle changes, blood glucose levels can be brought under the non-diabetic range.

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Pre-diabetes needs to be taken seriously. Ignoring this can lead to type 2 diabetes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a man who shows the following types of symptoms is likely to have pre-diabetes -

  • Excess of weight compared to height.
  • Being 40 or older.
  • Someone in the family has type 2 diabetes.
  • Exercising less than 3 times a week.

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In this regard, a research was published in 2018 in the Medical Journal of BJU International. During this research, researchers studied men who had unprotected sex with their partners for 12 months, but their partners could not become pregnant.

774 people were included in this research, out of which pre-diabetes was found in 114 people. Along with this, the follicle-stimulating hormone level of these men was abnormal, sperm density and sperm count were low and sperm movement was also not good.

If pre-diabetes is not treated on time, it can later turn into type 2 diabetes. Type 2 or Type 1 diabetes is seen to be linked to overall sperm quality and low sperm motility and low semen volume. Pre-diabetes is a common clinical condition. Its association with male infertility has never been researched before.

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For people who have pre-diabetes, doctors recommend that they should lose 5 to 7 percent of their current weight. Apart from this, nutritious food should be given. Also, exercise must be done at least 5 days a week.

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There has always been a link between diabetes and male infertility, but only recently has research been done on prediabetes and male infertility. According to this research, pre-diabetes can cause infertility in men. To avoid this, it is necessary to take special care of food and drink and exercise must be done at least 5 times a week.

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Dr. Anurag Kumar

Dr. Anurag Kumar

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