Male infertility is associated with impaired quality of life and poorer health status. However, few studies have focused on men’s knowledge of their own fertility. Studies of both men and women have found that men are comparatively less knowledgeable about … Continue reading
In about half of infertile couples the problem lies either solely with the male or in both the male and female partners. However, the cause of infertility in the male partner is often difficult to determine and many men are … Continue reading
An important message for men who want to be fathers, from Andrology Australia's Director, Professor Rob McLachlan.
There have been many reports that semen quality (and indirectly fertility) of men around the world is deteriorating over time with many hypotheses about the causes, including exposure to environmental toxins. However, studying testis function is problematic due to the … Continue reading
Men with no known medical factors may experience difficulty with conception due to erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, or delayed ejaculation. A recent review article published in Fertility & Sterility reviewed the psychosocial aspects of these disorders as these may be … Continue reading
A number of treatments for cancer can affect the future fertility of young boys and adolescent males. Several options are available for fertility preservation. As there are many competing priorities at the time of a cancer diagnosis, the discussion of … Continue reading
Fertility Week 2015 focuses on how being overweight or obese can impact on a person’s ability to conceive and have a healthy baby. In men, obesity is associated with lower fertility, which has multiple likely causes including chronic health problems, lower testosterone levels and erectile problems.
Research into live birth rate for couples using testicular sperm extraction (TESE) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) due to non-obstructive azoospermia.
Research has revealed an association between pesticide exposures and decreased semen quality. What is the effect of consuming pesticides in fruit and vegetables?
When investigating a couple experiencing infertility, it is important for a doctor to consider the possible genetic or chromosomal causes of male infertility.