The global Male Infertility market size is estimated at 5.46 billion USD with a CAGR of7.1% during the forecasted period from 2021-2028.
The global Male Infertility market size is estimated at 5.46 billion USD with a CAGR of7.1% during the forecasted period from 2021-2028. A medical disorder wherein a maleâs reproductive system is affected. Such a condition majorly occurs due to low sperm count, sperm blockage abnormal sperm functioning. Consequently, there is a rise in male fertility all over the globe which is positively boosting the demand for diagnosis and treatment. The key factor driving the Male Infertility market is attributed to growing rate of infertility in males all over the globe. In addition, some of the other factors that significantly impact the market growth include increasing obesity, sedentary lifestyle, stress, excessive smoking, alcohol abuse, etc. Besides, there is a rise in various chronic diseases such as prostate cancer, testosterone deficiency, abnormal sperm functioning, etc. which contribute to male infertility.Â Also, increasing demand for hormonal therapy, use of drugs, etc. is fostering the market growth. Correspondingly, there are initiatives taken by government in many countries to enhance reimbursement policies and stringent regulations for security of patient data is assessed to influence the market size. Moreover, increasing awareness among people along with innovations in diagnostic test is projected to create lucrative opportunities for this market during the forecast period. Furthermore, rise in research & development activities along with improved reproductive techniques is positively supporting the Male Infertility market. Likewise, increasing disposable income along with rise in medical tourism is anticipated to surge the market growth. On the other hand, one of the major factors that limits the Male Infertility market is high cost of procedures. Infertility is diagnosed when a couple who is unable to conceive, trying over the course of one year. When the problem lies with the male partner it is referred to as male infertility. Infertility is a widespread problem. A manâs fertility generally relies on the quantity and quality of his sperm. If the number of sperm a man ejaculates is low or if the sperm is of a poor quality, it will be difficult, and sometimes impossible, for him to cause pregnancy. For about one in five infertile couples, the problem lies solely in the male partner. It is estimated that approximately 7% of all men are infertile. The basic treatments involved in male infertility are surgery, treatment for problems in intercourse, hormone treatment, and ART technology.
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