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    Fertility Tests for Men

    Although many people still think of infertility as a "woman's problem," in about 20% of infertile couples, the man is the sole cause of the inability to conceive. In another 30%-40%, he is a contributing factor. So it's crucial that men get tested for fertility as well as women. Yes, it can be embarrassing, but discovering male fertility problems early can mean earlier treatment and a successful pregnancy. Male infertility testing can also spare women unnecessary discomfort and expense.

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