One in eight couples struggle to conceive, and in about half of these cases, male infertility is the cause. So why do some men drag their feet when it comes to getting tested?
“It’s the big question,” says Dr. Daniel B. Shapiro, medical director at Reproductive Biology Associates, an in-vitro fertilization clinic in Georgia. “The idea that the male has anything to do with fertility was previously rejected for narrow and selfish reasons — namely, sexism.”
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