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Improving Male Fertilty: New Treatments Are Bringing Help
Most Americans still think of infertility as a women's health issue, but the numbers show that male factor infertility is almost as common. In reality, 40% of infertility cases are due to a female factor, 30 to 40 percent are due to a male factor, and the rest is a combination of the two. Doctors estimate 2.5 million American men could have male factor infertility. About one out of five American couples suffer from infertility. The good news is advances in treating infertility have improved radically in the past decade, and they continue to evolve.