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Become Well-Informed About Male Infertility Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Despite being as common as female infertility, male factor infertility is not only misunderstood - it is not even considered in some cases. Treating male infertility is possible when an accurate diagnosis has been made. Once the root cause of a man's infertility has been accurately diagnosed, treatment is possible. Then, a personalized treatment care plan will be designed to resolve the problem.

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Topics: Male Infertility

How to Cope Through Male Infertility Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

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.

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Topics: Male Infertility, infertility treatment

3 Common Ways to Boost Male Fertility

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Women are often thought of as being the partner responsible for a couple’s inability to have children. After all, it is the woman who carries the baby and gives birth. However, both the male and female partners play a key role while trying to conceive. Men are just as likely as women to be the reason a couple cannot get pregnant. In order to fertilize an egg, a man’s sperm must be present in sufficient quantity, move correctly, and be normally shaped. There are a number of things men can to do boost male fertility.

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Topics: Male Infertility, male fertility care, male fertility

How Does Sperm Motility Affect Male Fertility?

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Men play an equal role in having a baby. Healthy, active, mobile sperm are necessary for fertilization of a woman's naturally produced egg every month. Sperm motility, or the way the sperm move, is a key factor in male infertility. As a part of fertility testing, the sperm will be thoroughly examined to determine how sperm and motility are impacting the couple’s overall chances of conceiving a baby.

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Topics: Male Infertility

The Difference Between Impotency and Male Infertility

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Two key issues in men’s sexual and reproductive health are impotency and male fertility. Although the terms are occasionally used interchangeably, impotence and male infertility are distinct medical conditions. For both conditions, quality male fertility care is available. About one third of the time, a couples inability to get pregnant can be attributed to the male partner. 

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Topics: Male Infertility

Dealing With The Psychological Effects of Male Infertility

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Infertility is often thought of as a women’s issue.  Many women are familiar with infertility and the emotions that accompany not being able to conceive on your own.  Despite the fact that male factor infertility is a concern in a third of infertility cases, and that another third is either unknown or attributable to both partners, men are not as familiar with infertility issues.  Therefore, many men are ill equipped to cope with the psychological effects of male infertility. 

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Topics: Male Infertility

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