What are some of the reasons that male factor infertility might be overlooked? What are steps and changes that can be done to bring this to the forefront?
Of all infertility cases, approximately 40–50% is due to “male factor” infertility and as many as 2% of all men will exhibit suboptimal sperm parameters. It may be one or a combination of low sperm concentration, poor sperm motility, or abnormal morphology. Male factor infertility is not much pronounced in the society because there is little research on the same. To bring it to the public limelight, there should increased public awareness on the same, its causes, prevention and treatment.