Studies have shown that infertility is caused by women in 40-50% cases and caused by men in 30/40% cases; this means that although women are more susceptible to infertility, there is a large possibility that the man is infertile. Now one may ask as a woman, why do I need to know about male infertility? Well it’s simple, as a couple if you are unable to conceive then it is important to know that either of you could be the contributing factor, in which case one needs to identify what the problem is and then look for solutions, instead of just thinking the problem is definitely with the woman and aimlessly making multiple trips to your gynecologist.
According to studies 1 in every 10 women is infertile and 1 out of every 6 couples suffer from infertility. This goes to show that infertility is a much bigger problem than discussed openly. As for the probability of infertility in either partners, research shows that in one-third of the couples the female is infertile, in one-third of the couples the male in infertile and in the remaining one-third both partners are infertile or some external factor is to blame.
Infertility is a lot to deal with. Although it depends on every individual, it comes with grief. Don’t try to overlook that part and rush into being ‘normal’ or happy again. It is okay to be in pain, it is okay to be hurt, it is only natural. Accept this and give yourself the time to grieve. It will only help to get through this phase and test.
When your womb is going to be home for a tiny you, you need to make sure the baby gets everything it needs to grow and be healthy. In this article, we will be discussing everything that you need to know when you are planning pregnancy.
Medication is always the last resort to cure an inability but before you resort to that, it might be of value to try some natural ways to boost your fertility. One can try these measures even if they aren’t completely infertile but just want to boost their fertility in order to give yourself better chances at conception.