Semen analysis and sperm counts aren't the most enticing topics of conversation for most men, but if you're having trouble conceiving, you may need to have "the talk" with your guy. When couples experience infertility, there's often a misconception that the problem is the woman's. But according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, infertility issues are split evenly between males and females. Each group is responsible for 30 percent of infertility, and the rest is attributable to a combination of both male and female factors or unexplained reasons. Therefore, it's important to have both partners' fertility checked if you're having trouble getting pregnant. See a specialist if you're under 35 and have tried to conceive for a year, or if you're over 35 and have tried for six months.
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DR Robin Baker hopes that anyone who reads his new book on sexual behaviour will never see that intimate "damp patch" in the same way again. That may be, if the image of millions of marauding killer white cells tackling millions of surf boarding sperm in a sea of "smart" cervical mucous is what turns you on. It is more likely, however, that what readers will remember about Sperm Wars Infidelity, Sexual Conflict And Other Bedroom Battles are the inventive new excuses which Baker offers to unfaithful spouses. But after reading Sperm Wars the unfaithful spouse will be able to say with full conviction and equally full biological, justification "I'm sorry, darling, I still love you but I was actually following evolutionary forces beyond my control.
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Posted on June 29, April 7, 6k views. Pregnancy is like a game of chance. Nowadays, couples who have trouble conceiving can improve their odds through fertility treatments such as in-vitro fertilization IVF. Why are some couples more successful than others?