Treating male infertility

Correcting male infertility
Correcting male infertility is much harder than correcting female infertility. Possibilities are micro bypass sperm cell surgery and intercellular sperm injection. Large doses of vitamin C are said to raise sperm count. Tight, overly warm clothing around the genital area should not be worn. Smoking, heavy drinking and promiscuity should be avoided.
Counter Claim:
1. A gynaecologist's advice to seemingly infertile couples was once that they take a bottle of sherry to the beach and enjoy themselves.
Constrained by:
Creating male infertility
Male sterility
Biosciences Growth
Society Men
Type Classification:
G: Very Specific strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 5: Gender Equality