Infertility is a widespread problem. Male infertility is also getting more common these days. According to an estimate, one in every 20 males in the world has infertility problems.
Infertility is defined as a couples’ inability to become pregnant after a year of regular and unprotected sex. According to reports, an estimated 15% of couples in North America and Europe are grappling with infertility.
Studies prove that approximately one in every five couples in the United States seeks sterility care. Surprisingly only 50% of them achieve pregnancy and about one in every ten couples in developed countries are found to be involuntarily infertile. Male infertility accounts for almost half of these cases, thus making it a severe issue.