Tag Archive for: infertility

Finding Hope for Fatherhood Beyond the Most Devastating Infertility Diagnosis

By Dr. Akash Kapadia As a fellowship-trained urologist, I have seen many couples struggle with infertility. One of the biggest misconceptions is that infertility is primarily a women’s issue and that men don’t need to worry about their reproductive health. In fact, male infertility is the sole cause or a contributing factor in about 50% […]

Couples and Conception: Taking on Infertility Together

When a couple is ready to start a family, challenges with infertility can be stressful, mortifying, and even embarrassing. As the months or years pass, and nothing is working, the stress can mount. Doubt and frustration set in and a couple can begin to feel as if the situation is hopeless, or that somehow, they […]

In Recognition of Men’s Health Month, Dr. Anglade Joins a Discussion on Male Infertility in Communities of Color

On Wednesday, June 17, 2020, Georgia Urology’s Dr. Ronald Anglade joined many other experts in a virtual discussion on Male Infertility in Communities of Color. Male Infertility in Communities of Color Approximately 1 in 8 couples will experience interfertility In almost 50% of those cases, the man is the factor in the couple’s infertility In […]

The Tough Subject of Male Infertility: How a Urologist Can Help

Male infertility is a factor in approximately one-half of cases where couples cannot conceive. This condition can be a sensitive issue for men, but treatment is available. Symptoms of Male Infertility The most common symptom of male infertility is the inability to conceive a child after six to twelve months of unprotected intercourse. However, depending […]

Tag Archive for: infertility

Male Infertility

Male Infertility Infertility is a common yet emotionally difficult and complex problem affecting approximately 15 percent of couples attempting to conceive a baby. In up to 50 percent of couples having difficulty getting pregnant, the problem is at least in part related to male reproductive issues. In 30 percent of couples of those, the problem […]