Infertility Is Not Only a Women’s Issue

Infertility Is Not Only a Women’s Issue

Society considers infertility to be primarily a women’s issue. Witt is also an associate professor in the reproductive endocrinology and infertility division in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at the Yale School of Medicine. But in men with normal semen quality, sperm concentrations and motility remain normal, even if they ejaculate every day. “While most men know that quitting smoking has obvious health advantages, many don’t realize how harmful cigarettes can be to fertility,” Witt observes. To learn more about male sexual health, read “Men and Sexual Health” and “An Orgasm a Day May Boost Sperm Health.”

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