Women are often the focus when a couple has trouble getting pregnant, but men are the primary reason for infertility in up to half of all cases. Male fertility problems include low sperm count, sperm abnormalities and low testosterone levels.
“The promising news is, various lifestyle factors have been shown to support male fertility and improve chances of conception,” according to a recent article on the CNN web site. “But this requires men to be proactive about their role in conceiving a baby.”
What can men do to be proactive? You can read the article here.