Category: Infertility

Statistics show that in at least 40% of infertile couples, there is a male factor contributing to the problem. Male fertility screening is done through semen analysis. The general rule is that the lower the sperm count and the poorer the sperm quality, the longer it will take and the more difficult it may be for a pregnancy to occur. However, even men with very low sperm counts may eventually be successful in causing a pregnancy. The sperm count only needs to be high enough for that one time that ovulation occurs, in order for a pregnancy to be possible.

About Male Infertility 0

About Male Infertility

About Male Infertility  For men who wish to start a family with their spouses, male infertility is often frustrating for them because male infertility is defined as the inability to produce fertile sperm in a woman's body. One cause of infertility for some men is the lack of ability to keep erections, production of white colored urine or ejaculating without semen...
The Problem Of A Low Sperm Count 0

The Problem Of A Low Sperm Count

The Problem Of A Low Sperm Count Many men are often affronted or indignant if told their sperm count is low as if it is a slight on their masculinity, but really there is no need for loss of face in such a situation since the two are not directly related. The Problem Of A Low Sperm Count It is unfair to belittle a man for “firing blanks” since the problem of a low sperm count is often just one of those things...
Introduction – Infertility 0

Introduction – Infertility

Introduction - Infertility Causes of Male Infertility What are the indications for male infertility. Statistics show that in at least 40% of infertile couples, there is a male factor contributing to the problem...
×