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How to Cope Through Male Infertility Treatment

Male factor infertility occurs in approximately 30 percent of cases. However, men are less likely to discuss their predicament or to have a support system helping them through their male infertility treatment. This is largely attributable to the fact that fertility is largely seen as a woman’s issue. Additionally, unlike women who have a monthly period that forces them to acknowledge their fertility, men are generally unconcerned with infertility until they are unable to conceive.


Coping With Male Infertility Treatment

For many men, having an issue may be the first time that they are truly thinking of their fertility. Coping with male factor infertility can be very difficult time.

Infertility treatment may be made easier by taking some very simplistic proactive steps.

Talk About Your Feelings male-fertility-facts-320x320.jpg

For men, speaking about their feelings may not come naturally. Discussing emotions surrounding infertility treatment can be a life changing aspect for most men. Speaking with your partner, doctor, or a trusted friend can allow you to talk through and deal with your feelings.

Get Moving

Infertility treatment and testing can be a stressful situation. One of the best strategies for dealing with stress is to exercise.  Walking, running, playing golf, or a game of basketball are all great ways to burn off your feelings of stress in a healthy manner.

Keep the Fires Burning

Many couples facing infertility treatment find themselves caught up in the process of medications and appointments. It is important to continue to work on your relationship throughout infertility treatment. Schedule quality time with one another to keep your relationship strong throughout treatment.

Avoid Unhealthy Habits

A number of things people do to control stress can be unhealthy, particularly for those who are undergoing infertility treatment. 

  • Don't use illegal drugs
  • Don't abuse alcohol
  • Don't overeat
  • Don't smoke

Although these habits may provide temporary relief from stress, they do not resolve issues and can adversely impact your fertility. 

Male Factor Infertility Treatment Provider

For more information about how to cope with male factor infertility treatment, contact New Hope Fertility. It is important to work with a fertility care team who offers a customized infertility treatment protocol for you as an individual. Customized IVF care at New Hope Fertility NYC offers the highest success rates and best overall patient satisfaction.

To schedule your initial consultation, click the icon below – or – call 917.525.5496.

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