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Men Talk: Men Encouraged To Seek Medical Help; Infertility In men Difficult to Handle - Experts

I was shocked to learn that about 12 million couples in Nigeria are facing the problem of infertility, according to medical experts in fertility and reproductive health issues.

I thought, I should bring the details I read here for us to learn too. There is also going to be the sixth annual International Conference of the members of the Association for Fertility and Reproductive Health (AFRH), the experts in a statement in Port Harcourt on Wednesday said. They also revealed that infertility in men is difficult to handle.

Also “There are very few drugs scientifically proven to treat male infertility, against the myth people are meant to believe that the drugs are can be commonly accessed, and most importantly, there are no known food, diet that can improve the sperm count in men, but female infertility is not like that.”

There are more facts that they mentioned, you can read up the rest at Naija247 News



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