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If you clicked into this article, you are probably in your 30s. Are you experiencing some health issues? It might be more common among Singaporean males aged over 30 than you think! Check out the list below and seek treatment for your condition today!

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Male Infertility

Most males tend to assume that their age does not matter when it comes to trying for a baby as compared to their wives. The number and the quality of females’ eggs start decreasing after the age of 30 and will continue to age with her. Though the number of sperm does not decrease as male ages, the quality of sperm does! As male ages, the number of healthy sperm decreases.

To improve chances of conception, look for a recommended male fertility clinic in Singapore if you and your wife have been trying over a year to conceive. With the right treatment, chances of conception can be increased greatly.

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Depression

Depression can happen to anyone at any age. Despite being a sunny island, depression in Singapore is more common than you thought. Depression is the more common form of mental disorder, with one in sixteen Singaporeans experiencing it at some point in their lives. Statistics are not as accurate as most depression cases go unreported.

Compared to females, males are more prone to depression as it is perceived as a sign of weakness, choosing to suppress instead of seeking treatment for it. It is important to recognize that it’s perfectly normal to express your feelings and it’s healthy to reach out to someone who can lend you a listening ear.

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Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

At the age of 30, you are at the prime of your life. But don’t worry, it’s happening to tons of other guys around your age too. External factors might be some of the reasons why you are experiencing ED. Work-related stress or stress from trying to start a family are just some of the many reasons. Other health diseases such as diabetes can cause ED too. According to Professor Peter Lim, a senior consultant urologist at Gleneagles Hospital, reports having patients in 20s and 30s seeking treatment for ED monthly. So don’t be shy to seek medical treatments!

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Hair Loss

Did you know that around 40% of guys over the age of 35 start to experience hair loss? Although hair loss is usually associated with aging, an increasing number of males over the age of 30 are reportedly facing hair loss. Some are not even aware of this issue until it was pointed out by their relatives and friends which is quite embarrassing. So what’s causing hair loss at your age? Other than stress and hormonal changes, diet can affect the health of your hair too. Eating junk food lacks the necessary nutrients to promote hair growth. Hair products or the constant and bleaching of hair is equally detrimental to the hair as well.

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Loss of Bone and Muscle Mass

As you enter into your 30s, you might start to notice some changes to your waistline and belly. You might also find that it’s easier to put on weight which is perfectly normal as metabolism rate starts slowing down. Other than slow metabolism, a sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy diet such as the consumption of alcohol are factors contributing to your weight gain. The loss in muscle mass can start as early as the age of 30s. Start exercising regularly if you have not been doing so and add food rich in calcium and vitamin D to keep your bones healthy!