Male Factor Infertility
Male factor infertility refers to a condition in which a male’s reproductive system is unable to produce or deliver sperm that are capable of fertilising an egg, leading to difficulties in achieving pregnancy. This occurs in 40% of couples experiencing difficulties achieving pregnancy.
There are several reasons why male factor infertility may occur, including:
There are several options available for couples facing male factor infertility, including:
It is important for couples facing male factor infertility to discuss their options with a fertility specialist and understand the potential benefits and risks of each option. Dr Proud will discuss all of the options available and decide with you an option that suits best.