It is a little known fact that a sperm related issue in male infertility accounts for 40% of infertility causes in couples trying to conceive.
The most common problem in male infertility is that of deficiencies in the semen. Male infertility affects approximately 7% of all men. Some other factors causing male infertility can include:
- Hormone imbalances
- Blockages or absence of some ducts in the male reproductive system
- Failure of sperm production
- Low sperm production and/or poor sperm quality
- Lifestyle factors
- Age related factors
We carry out fertility assessments for men to find underlying factors that may be causing issues.