Men's Health Month

Men's Health Month

June 14, 2018

June is Men's Health Month, and therefore we here at SwimCount want to spread the word about male infertility. Knowledge is everything!

"Public opinion still sees infertility as primarily a woman’s issue. When fertility treatments are covered in the media, the articles and features you see are almost always written by and directed at women. The stories you hear through the grapevine are usually from a woman’s point of view. If men are mentioned in relation to infertility at all, it is often as an afterthought.

In reality, male infertility is much more common than most people think, and the emotional impact of struggling to conceive is just as real for men. On average, one out of three cases of infertility is actually caused by male factor infertility, and many more are caused by a combination of infertility issues in both the male and female partners: male infertility is involved in about half of all cases. There are many strategies that may improve semen analyses and it is important to discuss with your doctor."
(From SCRC - Southern California Reproductive Center)

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