Male infertility is more common than you might think, about 15% to 25% of all infertility is due only to male factors – problems with sperm (as well as the woman) are often the reason in an additional 20% to 40% of cases.
Male infertility is more prevalent in environments with high levels of environmental pollution, including water contaminants, pesticides and herbicides. Some recent population studies have shown that sperm counts have been declining universally even though infertility has not been increasing substantially.
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Egg donation is the process by which a woman, who is usually younger, provides eggs (ova, oocytes) to another person and/or partner for purposes of assisted reproduction so that the recipient of the eggs can have a baby with partner or donor sperm.
Potential donors are first interviewed by a donor egg nurse coordinator. A women may qualify to become an egg donor after meeting a series of criteria.
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