“Infertility is largely thought of as a woman’s issue, but male infertility can affect at least one-third of couples who are struggling to conceive,” The New York Times reported recently.
An article in their Parenting section states, “As with female infertility, male infertility isn’t anyone’s ‘fault.’ In the past three decades, according to a large study published in 2017, sperm counts have decreased significantly in industrialized nations such as the United States, Australia, New Zealand and those in Europe. The most common cause of male infertility is low sperm count, but in more than 20 percent of cases, there’s no known cause.”
The article is worth a read. You can find it here.