How does infertility affect men?

 It takes two to get pregnant. His health is just as important when it comes to getting pregnant and having a baby. Up to 50% of infertile couples have male fertility issues which means that the man is totally or partially responsible for the infertility. How much do you know about his fertility? Does he do everything to improve his fertility? Let us guide you and improve your male fertility knowledge.

Male infertility is the #1 reason that couples have difficulty getting pregnant

In addition to infertility, there are several health conditions that affect only men, such as prostate cancer and low testosterone. Other major health concerns for men, like colon cancer and heart disease can also occur in women. The good news is that many of these conditions can be prevented and treated with early diagnosis. Regular screenings can detect diseases early when they are the easiest to treat. It is important to have regular checkups and screenings.

Factors affecting male fertility/infertility:

Male fertility/infertility testing:

Male infertility treatment

Your role in her fertility

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