Male infertility as serious a problem as global warming? An Irish fertility clinic seems to think so, according to an article in the Offaly Express. Looking at data from the European Science Foundation, the rates of male infertility are drastically on the rise. Male infertility accounts for anywhere from 40 to 50 percent of all infertility cases.
The types of male infertility comprise an alphabet soup of unpronounceable medical conditions and terms, including azoospermia, oligospermia and spermatogenesis. Typical male infertility issues, also known as subfertility, include anti-sperm antibodies caused by an infection in the prostate, inability to ejaculate, insufficient numbers of sperm and abnormal sperm that prevents fertilization.
Whether it’s as serious as global warming is up for debate, but it is a serious issue facing many men and many couples. ToConceive can help alleviate many issues of male subfertility by promoting proper and natural sperm capacitation. For more information on male infertility, check out our Male Subfertility page.