RESOLVE, the national fertility association the USA reported that 30% of all infertility cases are male factor, 30% are female factor and 30% are a combination of both male and female. This means that the majority of infertility cases involve the male factor infertility in some capacity. In situations where both partners are diagnosed with fertility issues, it is important that they both seek treatment in order to improve their chances of conceiving. We strongly suggest that if a couple is struggling to conceive, that the man undergo a medical work up to determine his contribution. A semen analysis is relatively easy and non-invasive and can give us a lot of information to work with when determining a health plan for improving male factor infertility.
Our highly trained and experienced practitioners can provide natural, non-invasive solutions for – low sperm count – poor morphology/motility – low testosterone – genetic concerns – varicocele – erectile dysfunction To read a little more about how you can begin improving male factor infertility today, go here.
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