Infertility is a topic that impacts several couples each year, but it is not always related to the woman. Male infertility is a possible problem that can prevent couples from having the children that they want. Depending on the cause, solutions that may be available can vary and some men may not be able to produce children.
Male infertility can be caused by a variety of factors. Some men are infertile from birth due to genetic factors or physical ailments, but that does not mean every case of male infertility originates in genetics. Certain substances can have an impact on fertility and sickness during childhood or physical ailments that develop later in life can cause the problem.
Depending on the cause of infertility, the options that may be available to a couple can vary. In some cases, medical treatments can help improve the chances of having children.
The "Leading Edge" with host Jimmy Johnson will explore male infertility and the factors that cause infertility in an upcoming segment. During the segment, you will discover the lifestyle factors that may contribute to the problem and potential solutions based on the causes. Since male infertility is not always directly related to genetics, medical options may be available.
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These facilities provide respite for children who spend much of their time in hospitals and at doctor’s offices. The “Leading Edge” team has just completed the edit and post production for this story, which will be distributed to Public Television stations throughout the United States later this year.
The “Leading Edge” series featuring host Jimmy Johnson covers a variety of topics, including medicine, business, agriculture, science, and many more. Using a veteran team, these segments are distributed for educational purposes to Public Television stations nationwide.