Infertility is a common yet complex problem affecting approximately 15 percent of couples attempting to conceive a baby. However, infertility is related to male reproductive issues in up to 50 percent of couples having trouble getting pregnant. Thus, it is critically important for men, as it is for women, to be evaluated during infertility evaluations.
Fortunately, with today’s medical advances, a diagnosis of male infertility does not have to mean parenthood is impossible. The SSMR is dedicated to helping you learn more about male infertility conditions and the available treatment options so you are better prepared when talking with your urologist and/or male fertility specialist.
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