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.
During infertility treatment, it can be difficult to stay positive. If you’ve been trying to conceive for a while it can be easy to become caught up in the process of treatment and lose focus on the end result. Finding a way to stay optimistic during infertility treatment is important for you, your partner and your quality of life. The Fertility Experts have compiled some tips to help you stay optimistic during infertility treatment.