A new report by the Swedish researchers has indicated that men who struggle to have children run a heightened risk of developing other diseases later in life.
A study published by Skane University Hospital revealed recently in Stockholm that it was the result of research carried out on 192 men with sub-average sperm counts.
It said that men with fertility problems are more likely to suffer bone fractures and may also be more susceptible diabetes later in life.
The study registered that a third of men aged below 50 with low sperm counts suffered from testosterone levels below average.
It described it as big dilemma as the men with low sperm counts were seven times more likely to face than men who did not struggle to have children