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Male infertility pertains to the incapacity of a male to cause a fertile female pregnancy. It accounts for 40 to 50 percent of infertility in humans. About 7 percent of all men are affected. Male infertility is usually caused by semen deficiencies, and semen quality is used as a substitute for male fertility. The infertility diagnosis starts with the search for hormone imbalances, medical conditions, or genetic issues.

Unexplained Infertility

If you and your partner have been trying for one year to conceive and you still aren’t pregnant it’s most likely time to see your doctor and get tested for infertility. But what do you do if

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Secondary Infertility Causes

Secondary infertility causes are common for many people and accounts for up to 60 per cent of infertility problems. Many couples are waiting until their late thirties and early forties to have their first baby.  This

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Types of Infertility

When you and your partner are trying to have a baby, how do you know when you’re having fertility problems? When should you start being concerned with month after month goes by and you not conceiving?

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Stress and Infertility

When you and your partner are trying hard to conceive, it can be very stressful when month after month goes by and you’re still not pregnant. Studies show that stress and infertility are directly related. You may

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Male Infertility Tests

The reality is that 40 per cent of the infertility problems that couples face are related to male fertility issues. Unfortunately, many men refuse to admit that they may be the problem and refuse to be

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Obesity and Infertility

Long-term studies show that there is a direct link between obesity and infertility. Not only do women who are overweight have problems conceiving naturally. They also have lower success rates when it comes to in vitro

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Is Infertility Genetic

Studies show that genetics may be a contributing factor in about 8 per cent of couples who are having infertility problems or repeated miscarriages. This is why many infertility specialists have couples undergo genetic testing as

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