Male Factor

To access male factor infertility, a semen analysis must be done. Only strong, healthy sperm in adequate numbers are capable of producing a pregnancy. As stated before, volume, motility, viscosity, total count, and morphology are the standards by which a semen analysis is done. The normals for these are as follows...

Male factor infertility may be the result of several types of defect. The structure of some part of the reproductive organs may have been askew from birth, or been damaged by infection, drugs, or accidents. Here are some examples of each.

This is only a partial list of potential problems. None of the preceding are meant to be substituted for medical attention. If you think you have a problem, please see your physician.

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