A woman’s age is important when considering the possibility of pregnancy. This means that the longer it takes for a woman to decide whether she wants to have children, the bigger are fertility problems that arouse due to the reduction of the number and quality of her eggs. The quantity and quality of eggs in each woman can be age-appropriate, better or worse than average. But we are aware that the quantity and quality of a woman’s eggs begin to decline in the mid to late 30s, decline more rapidly in the late 30s and early 40s.
About 25% of all infertility cases in couples are attributed to male infertility, while 40-50% of the cases, it is the main cause, or it is combined with some other cause. Sometimes it is difficult to know whether the problem caused by the man is the only reason or just an additional factor contributing to a couple’s infertility. There are men with very low-quality sperm who may sometimes have children and men with normal measurements who can be infertile without the aid of an assisted reproduction method. Therefore, what matters is the ability of the sperm to fertilize a woman’s eggs.
SIGN UP TO THE MEDIMALL
Subscribe to our newsletter and be informed on the latest news and developments in Health and Fertility