Women are often thought of as being the reason for a couple having difficulty conceiving. While women have more “moving parts” that play a role in fertility, male factor infertility accounts for between 30 and 45 percent of fertility problems. Female factor infertility accounts for another 30 to 45 percent of fertility issues, with the remainder being a result of both female and male fertility concerns. It is important to realize that the reproductive health of both partners plays a critical role in the ability to start a family.
Diagnosing a male factor infertility issue begins with a single test. A semen analysis can determine the number of sperm present in ejaculate and the quality of those sperm. This one test can identify a number of issues including:
There are a number of ways of treating male infertility medically. There are also a number of things men can due to increase the health of their sperm:
Receive additional information on male factor infertility by contacting New Hope Fertility Center today. Their team of experts design personalized treatment plans that address the needs of each client, fully treating both male and female fertility issues. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.