Male Infertility: What You Need to Know
- Couples should seek a fertility evaluation if they have been trying to conceive for more than a year without success.
- Male factors contribute to the inability to conceive in over one-half of infertile couples.
- Some common causes of male infertility include ejaculatory duct obstruction, azoospermia and varicocele.
- Men with infertility are at increased risk of certain conditions, like testicular cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, metabolic syndrome and heart disease.
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