According to healthline Others may mistakenly believe that male fertility is infinite because men can have biological offspring far into their 90s. There’s some truth to it, but men’s fertility also decreases with age, albeit far more slowly than women’s. Is there a certain time in a man’s life when he becomes fertile? When will men cease producing sperm?....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

Medicalnewstoday reports that while sperm production in men remains constant throughout their lives, it does begin to diminish at the age of 35. Because of declines in sperm motility, sperm volume, and genetic quality with age, the chances of a healthy pregnancy decrease even in younger women.

In addition, older men pose a higher risk of passing on chromosomal and genetic defects due to the decreased genetic quality of their sperm. Yet, multiple studies have linked the sperm of young men under the age of 20 to an increase in certain birth abnormalities such Down syndrome, cystic kidney disease, and neural tube defects.

When a woman gives birth, she does so with all of her eggs. Whereas sperm cells can only be produced by males for their entire lifetimes.

Age-related declines in testosterone might make it difficult for some men to maintain an erection. Erectile dysfunction is common among men over the age of 40.

Yet, the overall decrease in male fertility is simply slowing, and not stopping. Since there are so many wise old dads among us, we are aware of this. Men in their 60s and 70s are increasingly having children….CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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