Infertility Specialists Say Men Often Overlooked

by Jon Henshaw

Ned Potter in ABC News reports:

Gynecologists do what they are trained to do: treat women. As a result, Lipshultz says, a woman may go through extensive testing and treatment. Half of the time, it is fruitless.

“It’s going to take a much shorter period of time, less money, and certainly less discomfort, for the male to be evaluated,” he says. “The woman’s evaluation is usually painful and more time-consuming, so it’s logical to get the man’s evaluation out of the way.”

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