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The Reality of the Male Biological Clock – Urology Times

January 15, 2009
Advanced paternal age affects sperm quality, fertility, hormone levels, libido, erectile function, and a host of non-reproductive physiological issues while increasing the risk for spontaneous abortion and genetic abnormalities in offspring. An older would-be father should have a thorough history and physical examination focused on his sexual and reproductive capacity and be counseled on the effects of his age on spermatogenesis and pregnancy

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