Male Infertility

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July 17, 2018

“Just keep swimming, just keep swimming” may best be remembered as Dory’s mantra. But it’s also likely echoed by millions of couples that are dealing with male factor infertility.

Male infertility. According to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, the male partner is either the sole or a contributing cause in 4 of 10 cases of infertility. Factors that may contribute to male factor infertility include past infections, hormonal imbalances, lifestyle, environment, or medical conditions. Beginning in their mid-30s, men also have a biological clock that can contribute to a gradual reduction in fertility. And after age 40, the risk of passing on genetic abnormalities to their children increases.1

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April 27, 2018

False! A healthy body and mind can boost fertility, but it cannot reverse the age of ovaries and semen. For both men and women, age is a critical component of fertility potential.

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April 26, 2018

Know your Facts?

Infertility is more common than you may know. 1 in 8 couples struggle getting pregnant or sustaining pregnancy.

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April 25, 2018

False: Infertility is not always connected to the female. In fact, one-third of the cases are male, one-third are female and one-third are unknown. This is why infertility work-up is done on both the male and females during a new consultation. 

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April 24, 2018

Know Your Facts?

Advances in assisted reproductive technology has dramatically improved the odds of success with the transfer of only one embryo. Reducing the need to transfer more than one embryo lessens the chance of multiples in a single pregnancy.

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