More and more men are turning to complementary therapies including acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine to address their health concerns.
Nearly half of all infertility cases are attributed to male infertility or subfertility, yet this is too often ignored by Western medicine, or IVF is used to circumvent it. For this reason we encourage both partners to attend the first consultation so we can discuss any issues or recommend further testing if necessary.
A man’s fertility generally relates to the quality and quantity of his sperm. The most common causes of male infertility are related to lifestyle factors and there are a number of ways that men can improve the quality of their sperm to increase the chances of achieving a successful pregnancy.
At Fertile Body we identify and diagnose the underlying causes of male infertility and can recommend the best semen analysis laboratories. It takes approximately seventy days to generate new sperm, so diagnosing and treating the underlying issues of male infertility can often improve sperm quality reasonably quickly.