Over the recent past, there has been headlines about the global decline of male fertility. Scientific studies have tracked sperm quality over the years, confirming a worrying trend. The wider implications of this has undoubtedly caused some anxieties among couples. But what’s really happening? Many factors have been linked with this observation.
This is your biological capability to bear children. Fertility potential varies with age, and declines rapidly from the mid-30s, both in women and men, but especially so in women. Various factors can interfere with the capability to bear children.
There’s always been an unhealthy balance in addressing male fertility as compared to female fertility. Ideally the approach should be combined, meaning that a couple’s fertility concerns should be addressed with each of the partners being present at the same sitting. There are all sorts of reasons as to why the balance of fertility attention still remains disproportionate between men and women.