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Understanding Men's Fertility | Coping with Infertility

Freezing testicular tissue is developing as an option for prepubescent boys—and some adults.

Testosterone supplements are not the solution when sperm production is the problem.

For couples with male-factor infertility, IUI and ICSI are good alternatives to traditional IVF.

Sperm quality suffers when BMI is high. ART advancements may help, as can bariatric surgery.

To preserve fertility in the face of cancer or other issues, freezing some swimmers is smart.

The pituitary gland, hypothalamus and testicles together promote sperm and testosterone levels.

This congenital condition is rare, but some men learn about it when they're unable to conceive.

Congenital abnormalities—passed down from dad or mom—play a role in some infertility cases.

Lots of men struggle with infertility. Knowing the facts can help you avoid unnecessary shame.

Various health issues can cause blockages for your sperm—and fertility.

Having children isn't out of the question. Educate yourself on infertility treatments.

Men have many ways to handle and/or resolve infertility—starting with talking about it.

Feeling depressed? Forget the social stigma and get help—for your body as much as your mind.

Scientific advances in conception continue to offer fresh hope for men facing infertility.

Facing fertility issues? Treatments and lifestyle changes can bring new life to your sperm.

Male infertility can have many causes, but a proactive approach can yield positive results.