The inability to conceive a child is a distressing reality
for a significant number of couples worldwide.
After 12 months of unprotected intercourse, it is estimated that approximately 10–15% of couples fail to conceive offspring.
Male factor infertility contributes to
50 - 60% of overall infertility but is solely responsible in only 20% of couples.
Male infertility affects around half of all infertile couples and it’s one of the most serious social problems facing advanced nations. The most common causes include lifestyle factors, problems with sperm production, movement or shape, sperm antibodies, chromosome and DNA abnormalities, hormonal problems or erectile and ejaculation difficulties.
Emotional effects are common, but professional support can help you navigate infertility treatment. Often, men feel uncomfortable expressing depression and sadness, so their outward reactions may come out as verbal anger, a more socially acceptable mode of expression.
Fortunately, at KoreMe most causes are already diagnosed and most can be treated or overcome to help a couple conceive.
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