What Is Male Infertility and How Is It Diagnosed?
About 15% to 25%% of all infertility is due to male factor – problems with sperm are often the reason, affecting about 20% to 40% of cases. Dr. Alex H. Kim is a board-certified infertility specialist, having received his training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Yale University. A teacher at the Santa Clara Medical Center and member of the Fertility Physicians of Northern California, Dr. Kim actively practices out of fertility clinics in San Jose and Palo Alto. In this video, listen to Dr. Kim explain:
- The causes of male infertility, which often are related to abnormalities in the semen
- Other reproductive problems that can cause infertility in men
- The importance of conducting a full evaluation and physical examination of the male partner
- Lifestyle choices that can affect the quality of the semen