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Diagnostic Male Infertility Test

Male infertility test are recommended for any couple that fails to achieve pregnancy after 12 months of regular unprotected intercourse or after 6 months of failure to conceive when the partner is ... read more

10 facts on male infertility treatment and causes

It is now well established that of infertility problems in couples, the female partner accounts for 40%, males account for 40%, and both account for the remaining 20%. It is therefore important that ... read more

Can surgery help with varicocele and infertility?

Varicocele is the presence of abnormally dilated veins in the scrotum. A recent blog gave an introduction to varicocele and infertility, including diagnosis and treatment. The question remains, when ... read more

Sperm morphology: are your sperm in good shape?

Sperm morphology is one of the parameters that are evaluated in a semen analysis. It is a measurement of the percentage of sperm that are normal in shape. A normal sperm has an oval-shaped head, a ... read more

Top 5 environmental factors that may impact sperm count

According to a bulletin published by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the male partner contributes toward subfertility 40% of the time. In 20% of cases, male factor is the only ... read more

Varicocele: definition, treatments, and connection with infertility

Varicocele is a swollen varicose vein in the scrotum - usually on the left side. The condition occurs because blood pools in the varicose testicular veins (pampiniform plexus) since the valves in the ... read more

New Parameters for Semen Analysis

Semen analysis remains the cornerstone of the laboratory evaluation of the male partner. I have previously written on “Evaluating Sperm by Performing a Semen Analysis”. However, in 2010 the the World ... read more

Laptop computers connected to the internet through Wi-Fi may decrease sperm fertility potential.

For a lot of us, the use of portable computers (laptops, connected to the internet wirelessly, also known as Wi-Fi) is a part of our daily routine. People using Wi-Fi, however, may be exposed to ... read more

Celebrating ICSI's twentieth anniversary and the birth of more than 2.5 million children

For the past twenty years the ability to inject a single sperm into an egg (intra cytoplasmic sperm injection or ICSI) has revolutionized the treatment of male factor infertility. ICSI has resulted ... read more

What's sperm got to do with it?

Not much credit is given to the sperm, with most of the focus being on the egg. However, male factors can be the cause of around 33% of all infertility. So why, then, do we not pay more attention to ... read more

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