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The Psychological Side Effects of Male Infertility

The Psychological Side Effects of Male Infertility

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
Infertility is often credited as a women’s only issue. It isn’t. Men can also experience infertility. In fact, nearly one in ten men have experienced infertility during their lifetime.

Common Myths of Male Infertility

Common Myths of Male Infertility

by Yenny (SU)
King Henry VIII blamed his difficulty of producing a male heir on a few of his wives, and heads did roll. He probably never realized that the problem could have been him, not his wives, Many of these myths prevail today when it comes to male infertility.

How to Deal with Male Infertility

How to Deal with Male Infertility

by Yenny (SU)
For a woman, despite trying to track your menstrual cycle, tracking your most fertile days, and trying every fabled trick to get pregnant, perhaps you have not had any luck in conceiving a child. However, while most infertility messaging is generally targeted toward a woman’s inability to conceive, it can just as likely be due to male infertility issues.

Can Your Laptop Cause Male Infertility

Can Your Laptop Cause Male Infertility

by Yenny (SU)
If you and your partner are having issues conceiving, it might not always be due to female fertility issues; well over 2 million men are diagnosed with male infertility every year in the US. While the causes may include issues with semen production, sperm transport, or ejaculation issues, a few simple lifestyle changes can make all the difference when it comes to sperm quality.

Why Women With Insomnia are More Likely to Experience Infertility

Why Women With Insomnia are More Likely to Experience Infertility

by Yenny (SU)
Finding out that you are going to have a baby can come as the most exciting, relieving news, especially when a couple has been trying for months, even years, for success. There are many reasons why becoming pregnant isn’t always easy, but one of the most common reasons is lack of sleep. Why are women with insomnia more likely to experience infertility than those who sleep like babies?