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Male infertility pertains to the incapacity of a male to cause a fertile female pregnancy. It accounts for 40 to 50 percent of infertility in humans. About 7 percent of all men are affected. Male infertility is usually caused by semen deficiencies, and semen quality is used as a substitute for male fertility. The infertility diagnosis starts with the search for hormone imbalances, medical conditions, or genetic issues.

IBD and Male Infertility

Just what Is IBD and How Does it Affect your Fertility? IBD, inflammatory bowel disease, is the collective term used for both Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s disease. Both of these conditions cause inflammation in the intestines

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Structural Problems Infertility

One of the leading causes of male infertility is structural problems infertility. This can include blockage or damage to the testes, tubes, or ducts which are all part of the male reproductive system. These structural problems

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