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    Sperm Count and Quality: The Correlation to Pregnancy Success

    [fa icon="calendar'] May 30, 2019 11:39:56 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Male Fertility Testing, Male Infertility, Sperm Count

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    Male infertility accounts for at least a third of infertility cases. In an additional third, problems with both the man and the woman play a role. In most cases, male infertility is due to issues with the sperm, such as low sperm count or poor sperm quality. In about 10-15% of men, there is no sperm at all in his semen. And unfortunately, there are few outward signs of sperm issues.

    Most men don’t know they’re infertile until they struggle to get a partner pregnant. Here’s what you need to know about sperm count and quality, and its correlation with pregnancy success.

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    Is it Him? What You Need to Know About Male Infertility

    [fa icon="calendar'] Feb 19, 2019 10:30:21 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Male Fertility Testing, Signs of Infertility, Male Infertility

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    Trying to get pregnant is an exercise in deep and intense emotions. In the first few months, you may feel excited and overwhelmed. Perhaps you even begin shopping for the nursery or stocking up on baby clothes. After all, the baby will be here soon, right? Yet for many couples, this excitement eventually gives way to frustration, and even demoralization. About 15% of couples struggle with infertility, even after a year or longer of trying to get pregnant. Advice about infertility often focuses on the woman. But in at least 20-30% of cases, the issue is solely with the man. And in 20-30% more, there’s an issue with both the man and the woman.

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    Should you get your Fertility Tested before trying to Conceive

    [fa icon="calendar'] Jun 1, 2018 9:48:35 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Male Fertility Testing, Male Fertility, Infertility Treatment

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    Everyone knows they should make a doctors appointment after discovering they are pregnant, but did you know it is also recommended to go to an obstetrician before you even try to achieve pregnancy? This has not always been standard practice, but as more women find themselves having trouble conceiving or become pregnant to only experiences issues, it makes sense that they should check in with the state of their fertility in advance.

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    5 Common Signs of Infertility in Men

    [fa icon="calendar'] May 18, 2018 1:45:17 PM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Male Fertility Testing, Male Fertility

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    Speaking with your partner about infertility is, no doubt, a sensitive topic. A really difficult part of it is that infertility could exist within either one of you, or even both of you.

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    Male Infertility: There's More to it Than Low Sperm Count

    [fa icon="calendar'] Nov 18, 2016 11:20:11 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Infertility, Male Fertility Testing

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    Male infertility plays a role in at least 40% of infertility cases. The good news is that male infertility is often easier and less expensive to diagnose, since many causes can be uncovered with a simple semen analysis. The bad news is that male infertility is not always as simple as it seems.

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    Top 10 Causes of Infertility

    [fa icon="calendar'] Nov 10, 2016 4:00:32 PM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Infertility, Male Fertility Testing, Fertility Clinic

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    For couples all over the nation, conceiving a child is one of the greatest challenges they will ever face. No matter how much love and devotion they put into expanding their family, some people are continually facing a slew of legitimate medical reasons that make it difficult to overcome infertility.

    Today’s technology means that there is a better chance than ever before of seeing your dreams come true, but a little bit of knowledge helps to light your way towards success. As you move along on your journey towards welcoming a little one of your own, here’s our rundown of some of the most common causes of infertility issues.

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    How to Choose Between an Anonymous vs Open Sperm Donor

    [fa icon="calendar'] Sep 22, 2016 3:05:56 PM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Male Fertility Testing, Reproductive Specialist, Sperm Donor

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    Once you’ve made the decision to pursue artificial insemination as your means of achieving pregnancy, and a partner’s sperm is not an option, you will have to decide between an anonymous vs open sperm donor. An open donor is any situation in which the identity of the donor is known and an anonymous donor is of course a situation in which the identity is unknown.

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    A Male Fertility Test Is Relatively Simple And Will Reveal Much

    [fa icon="calendar'] Jun 28, 2016 3:13:09 PM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Male Fertility Testing

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    Many couples that try to conceive naturally have some difficulty achieving positive results. Quite often there are infertility issues involved. Fortunately, many fertility problems have high treatable success rates. One initial test, a Male Fertility Test, can rule out a number of possible problems with the quality of semen and sperm. Overall health and other factors can cause semen deficiencies and impact the ability of the male to reproduce. Since approximately 30 to 35% of fertility issues reside with the male partner, this is typically where testing and diagnosis begin. Testing for male infertility is relatively simple and the tests cover a wide array of possible problems.

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