Do you want to have kids? Avoid these factors that increase the risk of male infertility — such as cycling, certain illnesses, and extra weight.
“In approximately 30% of couples attending for infertility investigations, ‘a male factor’ is thought to be the likely cause of the infertility,” say the experts at Sims International Fertility Clinic in Dublin, Ireland. “In a further 20% of couples, factors in both the man and the woman are thought to be relevant. It is very important therefore for the doctor to evaluate both partners when considering the reasons and the most appropriate treatment for a couples’ infertility.”
For more info about male factor infertility, click on Male Fertility and Infertility by T.D. Glover and C.L.R. Barratt. And, read on to learn about the factors that increase the risk of male infertility…Read More »Factors That Increase the Risk of Male Infertility