While the causes of infertility vary widely, male infertility is determined to be the cause of couples’ inability to conceive in over 40% of cases. There are many contributing factors to male infertility, including deficiencies in the semen and sperm production, failure of sperm transport and general health and lifestyle issues, ie. smoking, obesity, alcohol, etc. Male infertility is usually diagnosed first by a semen analysis but other tests may be required to correctly diagnosis the cause.
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