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About 40% of cases of infertility are the end result of difficulty with a low sperm count by winter1101 Posted Mon 28 Jan 2013 12:41pm Man infertility can be caused by depression, stress, and insomnia. They’re anti-inflammatory medications, analgesics and Prostatitis treatment. Other things like performance pressure, exposure to extreme heat, ill-fitting underwear, and even large amounts of cycling can cause low sperm count and other issues with men’s fertility too. Natur ... Read on »
Male Infertility Causes and Male Infertility Treatments by blossomivfindia Posted Thu 04 Apr 2013 7:20am Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system that impairs one of the body's most basic functions: the conception of children. It is defined in practical terms as a couple's inability to achieve pregnancy after a year of unprotected intercourse. Male infertility refers to the inability of a male to contribute to conception with a fertile ... Read on »
Male Infertility and Sperm Banking by iwannagetpregnant Posted Sat 09 Mar 2013 7:45am Sperm freezing is the best fertility preserving option for men. Sperm banking is of great help for couples with infertility issues. Fortunately, male factor infertility no longer means a couple must forgo the experience of pregnancy and childbirth. Thanks to modern reproductive technology and sperm banks, many of these couples have the option of be ... Read on »
What are Causes of Male Infertility and Their Treatment? by Sonal S. Facebook Posted Sat 01 Feb 2014 11:43am Infertility is not disgraceful, rather it is painful. The element of disgrace is mounted over this problem by the social stigma attached to it and the societal thread that takes generativity as a stringent measure to survive in the society. However, more than discussing the social perspective related to infertility my focus is to highlight the fact ... Read on »
Ayurvedic treatments for male infertility by ayurveda Posted Wed 02 Jul 2014 7:39am The rate at which infertility is fast becoming a common phenomenon in today's hectic stressful lives, is rather alarming, all thanks to our current lifestyle taking a toll on our overall health. Infertility is a medical condition affecting almost one in ten couples trying to conceive. Male fertility problems are the primary diagnosis in appr ... Read on »
INFERTILITY NEWS, FACTS AND VEIWS: Male Infertility by Triumph Posted Fri 21 Feb 2014 12:00am When a couple is diagnosed  as having infertility issues,  the woman is the first to wonder what could be wrong with her, the man is usually looked at secondary.  In my case, my husband was  examined long after I was diagnosed. Male Infertility contributes to a couple’s infertility quite significantly with  up to 80% of cases  c ... Read on »
INFERTILITY NEWS, FACTS AND VEIWS: Male Infertility by Triumph Posted Fri 21 Feb 2014 1:25pm When a couple is diagnosed  as having infertility issues,  the woman is the first to wonder what could be wrong with her, the man is usually looked at secondary.  In my case, my husband was  examined long after I was diagnosed. Male Infertility contributes to a couple’s infertility quite significantly with  up to 80% of cases  cannot be d ... Read on »
Male Infertility And Diabetes Linked; Excess Sugars In The Body Have Direct Effect On Sperm Quality by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:21am Another potential 'Male Factor' to consider when going through infertility testing.... Sharon www.InfertilityAnswers.net Male Infertility And Diabetes Linked; Excess Sugars In The Body Have Direct Effect On Sperm Quality Medicare Thailand Diabetes in men has a direct effect on fertility, a scientist told the ... Read on »
Male Infertility: The Other Half Of The Equation by Emily Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 12:25pm By: Sunita Kulshrestha MD, FACOG Reproductive Endocrinologist When a couple has trouble getting pregnant, there is about a 50% chance that there is a male factor causing or contributing to their infertility. In order to achieve pregnancy, a man must deliver into the vagina healthy sperm that are able to reach, penetrate and fertilize the egg. ... Read on »