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A common finding in couples not able to conceive naturally when looking to start a family is the male partner having a low sperm count. However, not everyone knows what it means when they are told that they have a low sperm count, or take a home test to read the count for themselves.
We know that the possibility of male infertility can be daunting, especially when you are trying to start a family. This is why we have created this guide on infertility in men, to take you through an explanation of what it really means, signs and symptoms, possible causes, and treatments you may consider in the future.
Read on to learn more, or speak to us at GENNET City Fertility today to talk with one of our members of staff and to book an appointment.
Thousands of babies are born each year with the help of sperm donors. Donor sperm has been safely used to achieve successful pregnancies for same-sex couples and single women and allows couples to become parents where the male partner has a low sperm count, isn’t producing any sperm at all or if there is a high risk of passing on a genetic condition.