Infertility Myth: If a couple can't get pregnant, it's probably the woman's problem.
Fertility Facts: Infertility affects men and women, almost equally.
Of couples facing infertility, one-third will discover female infertility, one-third will discover male infertility, and the remaining third will discover either problems with both male and female infertility, or receive a diagnosis of unexplained infertility.
This is why it's important both partners are tested. The fertility test for male infertility, semen analysis, is relatively simple compared to the testing a woman goes through.
If for some reason your doctor does not order a semen analysis, request one. Too many couples take fertility drugs for months only to discover male infertility prevented success.
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