More often than not when couples seek help with fertility concerns, females bare most of the responsibility as well as the medical interventions involved.
It is important for both partners to be active in seeking treatment and care as the process can be stressful and difficult.
Male fertility concerns is one that is not discussed as openly as female infertility. But Male fertility concerns comprise of 8% (1) of all fertility concerns and is a major factor in some couples journey in achieving a family.
Male fertility includes concerns with sperm count, morphology, motility and fragmentation. It may also include sperm allergies and male tube blockages (arising from varicoceles and sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia or gonorrhea). The best route of treatment to improve overall sperm quality is to increase your intake of antioxidants and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine.
What we can help with:
Poor Sperm Quality
Low Sperm Count
Altered Sperm Morphology
(1) WHO Technical Report Series. Recent Advances in Medically Assisted Conception Number 820, 1992, pp 1-111.