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Researchers have found that the coronavirus can invade the male testicles and linger.
I am a fit and healthy man in my early thirties, and I have recently encountered some issues with my testes which I hope you can help me with.
The future may seem uncertain with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, but if you want a baby, the best time to try is now.
Some signs are obvious, but others might not be so clearly linked to difficulty in conceiving.
Men who produce lower quantity of sperm with high degree of abnormality or inactiveness, are often thought to be associated with male-factor infertility.
When it comes to infertility, men have an equal chance of being the source of the problem as women. Here are some common issues they are concerned about.
Abnormal foetal growth could be a result of exposure to high levels of air pollution during pregnancy.