Fertility evaluation for men includes a conversation about family and medical history, and a semen analysis to measure the total number of sperm, sperm motility and sperm shape.
“The results give us information about sperm count and quality so that we know how to proceed with targeted fertility treatment,” Dr. Silverberg says.
“We’re huge basketball fans here at Texas Fertility Center, and we know that fellow sports fans know all of the important statistics about their favorite teams,” Dr. Silverberg says. “This March, we hope to add to the conversation by sharing facts and stats about male infertility so couples can increase their odds of getting pregnant.”
Texas Fertility Center March Dadness: Final Four Points to Remember about Male Infertility
1. Male factor infertility is responsible for 50 percent of all cases of infertility.
2. Other than infertility, there are usually no symptoms of an abnormal sperm count.
3. Almost all cases of male infertility are treatable.
4. Some causes of male infertility, if left untreated, can progress to cause other problems such as impotence.
About Texas Fertility Center
Texas Fertility Center (TFC), one of the nation’s leading full-service infertility practices, provides advanced Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology services to patients throughout Texas, the Southwestern United States, and the Americas. Since 1980, TFC has been recognized nationall
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