Male infertility factor is present in more than half of all infertile couples, so it makes sense for the male to be assessed in-depth before embarking on the long and difficult journey of assisted reproduction.
Today, with greater awareness, more couples are realising the need for the male partner also to be
assessed when the emotional issue of infertility occurs. This makes sense, especially because
more people are delaying marriage or getting married again, which means that men are older and
the sperm quality poorer at the point when parenthood is being considered.
Over the past couple of years, I have noticed that: to 20% of males infected with Fax (65) 6838 1216 mumps after puberty experience this condition, which may affect sperm production.