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Infertility in men is not usually diagnosed with a colposcopy, testing for viruses such as vaginitis bacteria in males is sometimes done. Couples that attempted to get pregnant for 12 months through unprotected intercourse and failed to have a baby are considered unable to conceive. About 10-15% of all cases cannot be diagnosed. The estimated number of male related causes is 30-40%. Infertility in men is not usually diagnosed with a colposcopy, testing for viruses such as vaginitis bacteria in males is sometimes done.

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Infertility In Men

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Colposcopy, Vaginitis

Males may suffer from sexually transmitted diseases, hormone deficiency, impotence, or environmental pollutants. Factors also include decreased count of semen, retrograde ejaculation, and heavy drugs that affect the reproduction system. Emotional factor can also be a possible cause. Infertility in men is not usually diagnosed with a colposcopy, testing for viruses such as vaginitis bacteria in males is sometimes done.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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