Most fertility patients are women. . It takes both a sperm and an egg to reproduce. . When things don't go as planned, most of the burden has been carried by women. Female reproductive health is usually the primary focus for treatment. . The woman gets testing, meds, protocols. . What about the men? . I'm not saying that women should not play a role. Of course female anatomy and hormones are complex and need to be looked at. . But it takes TWO. . Little attention has been paid to how problems with sperm can affect fertility and believe it or not, the viability of a pregnancy. . They get a single semen analysis and are told that it's 'fine' or 'good enough'. . I'm sorry but that's not OK. . There is **so much more** to the story when it comes to male fertility. . . .. . What's your experience? Is there any follow up for the man? . . . . . . . #malefertility #spermhealth #semenanalysis #ttcsupport #ttc #miscarriageawareness #recurrentmiscarriage #fertility #fertilityfacts #fertilityproblems #cantgetpregnant #infertilityawareness #infertilityjourney #chemicalpregnancy #hormones #periodpain