Yes, certainly impotence and infertility is linked, but it would be wrong to say that person suffering with impotence is always infertile. Impotence is the condition in which men are unable to achieve the erection or maintain the erection for the sufficient time during the sexual activity, whereas infertility is inability in the men to produce the offspring. When a man suffers with the impotence problem there is a possibility that his sperm count be okay, and if person is infertile it is not necessary that he should have the erection problems. But, still many people are confused about the differences in the infertility and impotence. The first thing I would like to explain you all is infertility is a type of impotence, and impotence is not always infertility.
To confirm the link between the impotence and infertility, a study was conducted by the group of scientists. In this study around 200 men suffering with the impotence or erectile dysfunction and 200 infertile men who were not able to produce an offspring. It was checked in men with impotence that what is there sperm count? It was observed that majority of these men were having the normal sperm count and nearly 20% of these men were having a less sperm count than normal. In the next schedule of the study the infertile men were asked questions about there erections during the sexual activity. Out of these men 33% men reported the problems during the sexual activity, whereas the remaining men were getting the fine erections during the sexual activity.
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Edited by jeffturner (05/20/09 02:02 AM)