Reproductive medicine has been focusing on women in the past decades. In fact, the role of urologists – male reproductive health specialist -has been declining.
Chances are your sperm test was administered by a gynaecologist. Nonetheless, male factor infertility affects 30% of couples.
Male infertility can be due to a number of factors. And the most common cause is poor sperm quality.
An increasing number of men are expressing interest in restoring their fertility with acupuncture and lifestyle changes.
Addressing both male and female factors simultaneously is a sensible strategy.