A number of disorders that impact the male reproductive system do not have any symptoms beyond reduced fertility.
A quick primer in genetics The human genome is the complete set of instructions for building a human. It is made up of 23 pair of chromosomes which each have somewhere between 500 – 5,000 [...]
Klinefelter Syndrome, also called XXY syndrome, is a genetic condition where boys are born with an extra x-chromosome, leading to fertility complications.
Y Chromosome Microdeletion, or YCM, is a common genetic cause of male infertility. It is caused by the genetic re-shuffling of the Y chromosome. Read on to learn more..
What causes testicular failure? There are several possible reasons that testicles don't support sperm production. Some of the most common include: cancer, genetic disorders, maldecent of testicle and severe injury.
After 3 years, 4 doctors, countless tests, several misdiagnosis and a lot of frustration, this couple was able to conceive with a genetic condition known as Y Chromosome Microdeletion. Here's their story