29th October saw a very interesting article appear in the Daily Mail on what they termed, ‘the male infertility timebomb.’
It cites that in the UK, around one in ten men suffers from infertility and that as many as one in five men under 35 has a low sperm count
The article included lots of research, including a Harvard University study from June this year, which found that diet definitely affect sperm count. But the article’s priority focus was that there is now evidence that for most men suffering infertility, the damage was actually done in the womb.
It’s an insightful and comprehensive article, and includes both a focus on male testicular cancer and a case study of one of my own patients. You can click here