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Infertility (male related) can sometimes be determined with a colposcopy and may be attributed paritally to a urinary infection. A range of causes related to the inability of a couple to conceive a baby is very broad. In some cases, the cause is never revealed. Female factors are reported to be the cause in about 40-50% of cases, whereas problems in men result in about 35-40% of cases. Infertility (male related) can sometimes be determined with a colposcopy and may be attributed paritally to a urinary infection.

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Infertility Male

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Colposcopy, Urinary Infection

The quality of the sperm matters much for a successful conception, as these cells should merge with female cells to form zygota, which later develops into a fetus. Usually, doctors will examine the sperm to determine such characteristics as the amount of the sperm produced, its motility, etc. Infertility (male related) can sometimes be determined with a colposcopy and may be attributed paritally to a urinary infection.

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

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