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1,410 Possible Causes for Increased Libido, Male Infertility due to Globozoospermia, Risk of Cancer Possibly Increased

  • Oligospermia

    libido and promote smooth functioning of reproductive organs of male to increase sperm count.[] In men presenting with infertility and abnormal semen analysis there is a 20-fold increase in the risk of testicular cancer.18 Treatment of testicular cancer reduces fertility[] It is helps to increase libido in men. It is a wonderful tonic for men. It increases the strength and also helps in balancing the hormones.[]

  • Klinefelter Syndrome

    Increased testosterone levels can increase muscular strength, promote body hair development, increase libido, improve mood and attentiveness, and decrease the risk of osteoporosis[] Complications Patients with Klinefelter syndrome have an increased risk of extratesticular germ cell tumors and possibly increased risk of breast cancer. [61] The risk of[] Another possible reason for lowered life expectancy is the increased risk of male breast cancer in men with KS.[]

  • Menopause

    ) Increased frequency or sudden urge to urinate Vaginal dryness that can cause pain during intercourse Increased bone loss that can lead to osteoporosis Higher risk of heart[] Women who start menopause later also may have an increased risk of ovarian cancer, possibly because they have had more ovulations.[] These include an increased risk of developing blood clots (for example deep vein thrombosis ) and certain types of cancer.[]

    Missing: Male Infertility due to Globozoospermia
  • Acromegaly

    This can cause menstrual abnormalities and breast discharge in women, and loss of libido and impotence in men.[] More serious problems may include accelerated cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes mellitus and possibly an increased risk of colon cancer.[] Colonoscopy-based studies of adenoma prevalence rates in acromegalic patients are misleading, but population-based studies on colorectal cancer risk are more consistent -[]

  • Hyperprolactinemia

    Clinical presentation of hyperprolactinemia (1) Premenopausal women 31 PRL 50 g/L  Short luteal phase  Decreased libido  Infertility 51 PRL 75 g/L  Oligomenorrhea 100[] Acromegaly has been associated with increased risk of colorectal adenomas and cancer and also possibly other neoplasms (25) .[] […] serum concentrations of PRL and symptoms of menstrual irregularity, infertility, and galactorrhea in women and impotence and lack of libido in men ( 1 ).[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    But it is not clear whether alcohol use after treatment might increase the risk of these cancers coming back (recurring).[] In theory, it’s possible that alcohol use might raise the risk of recurrence.[] For example, alcohol can increase the levels of estrogens in the body, which might increase the risk for breast cancer recurrence.[]

    Missing: Increased Libido
  • Orchitis

    Decrease in the libido, since inflammation provokes a failure of the testicular function. Increase in testicle volume. Scrotum or testicle pain. Germs in urine.[]

    Missing: Risk of Cancer Possibly Increased
  • Hyperthyroidism

    Sex: You may have an increased libido (sex drive) . Menstruation: Your periods may be lighter than normal or even stop altogether. Periods may become irregular.[] […] tremors and muscle weakness heat intolerance and excessive perspiration fatigue and interrupted sleeping patterns unexplained weight loss or weight gain increased heart rate[] Bulging eyes Thick red skin on shins or feet Increased appetite Osteoporosis Hand tremors Muscle weakness How is Graves’ Disease Diagnosed?[]

    Missing: Risk of Cancer Possibly Increased
  • Malignant Neoplasm of the Testis

    A family history of testicular cancer increases the possibility of getting the disease.[] These include hearing loss, nerve damage, and possible kidney or lung damage. Another potentially serious long-term complication is an increased risk of leukemia.[] Since chemotherapy agents can affect normal as well as cancerous cells, several side effects are possible.[]

    Missing: Increased Libido
  • Hypogonadism

    Benefits include: increased libido mood improvement increased bone mineral density overall improved quality of life However, there are a few risks associated with it.[] Other possible risks of testosterone treatment include: A high red blood cell count Acne Breast enlargement An increase in prostate size Sleep apnea—the occasional stopping[] […] of an increased risk of heart attacks and stroke.[16][17] While historically, men with prostate cancer risk were warned against testosterone therapy, that has shown to be[]

    Missing: Male Infertility due to Globozoospermia