According to studies done over the past few decades, it appears sperm counts for men all around the world are declining at an alarming rate. Researchers and physicians are trying to pinpoint the exact causes, which may come down to chemicals in our environment. In this month’s blog, Reproductive Endocrinologist Dr. John Schnorr gives us an inside look at what might be going on.
We mostly hear about women being to blame for infertility, but actually over 30% of the time, it’s the man who is hindering the process. In the past, there’s been very little doctors could do to boost a man’s sperm count, however, two encouraging approaches have been presented at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society.