Today one out of six couples is infertile. Informing the couple, that it is possible to deal with any problem and apply any appropriate treatment, is fundamental for them to realise that in AssistingNATURE each solution is available. Infertility does not mean sterility. In 40% of the cases there is a female factor, in another 40% there is a male factor and in 20% the infertility is unexplained (idiopathic etiology in the past genetic origin in the future). Of course, infertility is largely a combination of male and female factors, and therefore most couples should consider infertility as a problem of both, treating that as a couple and not as a unit, which involves the risk of rejection
Male fertility has been declining in recent years, but this does not mean that it is not curable, since developments in assisted reproduction are rapid.
When does a man have to resort to a Fertility Specialist in AssistingNATURE?
Men although should be the first to examine their sperm, often they avoid undergoing a sperm evaluation if pregnancy does not occur within a year. They should realize that low or weak semen can not question their masculinity. Moreover, if they delay sperm analysis, they might achieve real subfertility, (due to the fact their wives become older and especially above 39). Therefore, andrological investigation is required when:
The main causes of infertility of a man are the following: