Infertility affects both males and females. Our guests to talk about male fertility for those trying to conceive will be Dr. Ash Kshirsagar , a urologist with fellowship training in Male Infertility & Andrology. He practices in Fairfax Virginia where he is the head of male infertility for Potomac Urology and also sees patients at The Genetics & IVF Institute; Dr. Kris Bevilacqua, an infertility therapist that practices with Genesis Fertility & Reproductive Medicine in Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York; and Dr. Stephen Lincoln, a board certified reproductive endocrinologist who practices with Genetics & IVF Institute and was featured in Northern Virginia magazine’s February 2010 list of "Top-Rated Doctors."
What percentage of infertility is attributed to the male partner?
Do men respond to infertility differently than women?
Are average sperm counts decreasing in the United States (US)?
What are some of the psychological issues for men when diagnosed with male infertility?
What are the common causes of male infertility?
Do x-rays to the genitals affect male fertility?
How often should a couple have sex to increase the odds of getting pregnant?
Will having sex too often affect the chances of conceiving?
What are doctors looking for in a semen analysis?
What is a good sperm count when trying to conceive?
What sperm count is too low to conceive naturally?
What is sperm motility and what type of motility increases the odds of getting pregnant?
What is sperm morphology and how does it affect conception?
How effective is artificial insemination (Intrauterine injection-IUI) in achieving a pregnancy when the man is infertile?
What are some lifestyle factors that affect male fertility?
How can you increase your odds of getting pregnant if you have male factor infertility?
Are their vitamins or supplements that are effective at boosting a man’s fertility?
Can male infertility cause depression?
Do cloth diapers increase the chances of the baby boy developing male infertility?
What can a couple do to survive male infertility on an emotional level?
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