Male Infertility

Can a man without testicle have babies?

Male Reproductive System

The male reproductive system is divided into two parts, the outer part, and the inner part. The outer part is located outside of the body. These external organs include the penis, scrotum, and testicles. The penis is the only organ in the whole body that is projected outside of the body. The inner part of the reproductive system includes the vas deferens, prostate, and urethra. 

The male reproductive system is responsible for both sexual function and urinary excretion. 

Balls

The personal private things that only men carry but not women are called balls.

They look like meat balls put inside a sac that resemble a loose bag that is just put behind the penis body.

Balls are the place for testicles and they are utmost needed to penis reproductive system and urination.

Balls are known to be the weakest body part in the body. They are easy to get hurt.

Testosterone

Testosterone is the male sex hormone that is produced in the testicles. Testosterone hormone levels are aesthetic to normal male sexual development and functions. During teenage, testosterone transforms boys into men who develop male features like body and facial hair, deeper voice, rough skin with body hair, and muscle strength. 

Testosterone levels are mandated to male body behavior. Due to any disorder, testosterone hormone levels could be found less than the required resulting in less sperm count, less sperm density, Erectile Dysfunction, male pattern baldness, patchy beard, etc.

The testosterone hormone has got its fame after sexual life and performance even though it works on other male body functions.

Testosterone is an anabolic steroid in a male that activates a variety of male characteristics as in a boy's growing process.

Testosterone is the reason to get a sense of sexual activity in male bodies. It is the reason to grow a beard and mustache, too.

Testicles

Testicle or testis is the male reproductive gland subjective to sperm ejection and regulating androgens. The whole male hormonal behavior is the sole proprietary of the testicle glands. These glands are settled in a loose sac that hangs behind the penis, in the groin area. The sac contains two balls corresponding to two testicle glands, one left and one right. The testicles are case sensitive and the pain caused due to any incident or accident is uncontrollable. The most common incidence affecting testicles is skin-related as the area is settled at a sweating position. 

Testicles are the source of fertility in men. The whole body nerve system is connected to testicles, and severe pain or damage that occurred in the groin area could lead to death, too.

As the testicles are the defining term to the male reproductive organ, any disorder observed in the groin area is named after testicles, primarily.

Can a man with no testicles be eligible for reproduction?

Men who have had both testicles removed or presented with spoiled beings are no longer able to produce sperm, so they cannot have biological children.

Without both testicles, the male body would not be able to make as much testosterone as it needs. That would lower his sex drive and make it harder to have erections. You could have hot flashes, lose some muscle mass, and be more tired than usual.

People with one testicle could get pregnant with chances to have some fertility problems. One testicle can provide enough testosterone for you to get an erection and ejaculate. This is also enough to produce adequate sperm for fertilization.

The left testicle is bigger than the right one, such a given case, the left vein is longer than the right. The left testicle function may not cause problems with fertility.

The problems associated with no working of testicles would be low sperm production or no sperm production at all, abnormal sperm function, erectile dysfunction, hormonal discharge, or blockages that prevent the delivery of sperm. Illnesses, accidents, injuries, chronic health problems, lifestyle choices, and other factors may lead to male infertility.

Male Infertility

Male fertility is a lesser job compared to female fertility in the matter of reproduction. The female reproductive system is the source to produce a body. Male fertility is just supposed to empower the female reproductive system. Semen is the male reproductive matter when engaged with the ovary which is the female reproductive matter, the reproduction begins in the female body. The fetus formed over the interaction of semen and ovum is developed over some time. The complete development will result in enough body formation of the by-product that would no longer be sustained inside the body. Furthermore, the delivery takes place. 

In the whole process of reproduction of the by-product from interacting semen to the ovary, to developing the fetus into a delivered-out shape, the major part takes place in the female reproductive system. The male reproductive system has to only make sperm through testosterone, then eject it through the pelvis. This little process also needs utmost care because, without semen, there is no chance for the female reproductive system to produce itself. 

Male infertility could be caused by low sperm production, abnormal sperm function, Erectile dysfunction, hormonal discharge, or blockages that prevent the delivery of sperm. Illnesses, accidents, injuries, chronic health problems, lifestyle choices, and other factors may lead to male infertility.

Most of the male fertility problems are associated with the dysfunction of testicles only.