Male Fertility

Did you know that the man is responsible for infertility in about half of all couples who find themselves having trouble conceiving?

For men, infertility is often associated with low sperm count or a physical anomaly. However there are many possible factors associated with infertility, so a qualified healthcare practitioner should always be consulted for best direction and results.

The really good news for many men is that simple lifestyle changes can directly affect their ability to conceive.

Read these recommended articles to go deeper into men’s fertility and find the solutions and options you need.

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