What men need to know
It takes two to make a baby. Although a woman will carry and deliver the child, a man also has a crucial role in pregnancy. For fertilization to occur, his sperm must be healthy and strong to reach and penetrate the woman’s egg.
To make fertilization happen, a man must be able to have and keep an erection, have enough sperm that are the right shape and move in the right way, and have enough semen to carry the sperm to the egg, according to the U.S. Office on Women’s Health (OWH).
A problem in any step in this process can prevent pregnancy. When there is a known cause of infertility, problems in the male partner tend to account for about 40 percent of infertile couples.
A large part of a man’s sense of masculinity is tied up in believing he is virile and his sperm is potent. It often comes as a shock to them when fertility doctors ask to test the man’s sperm during initial fertility consultations. We provide an at home testing solution to avoid the ego crushing experience of him having to visit a laboratory for testing.
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