Fertility issues have risen hugely over the last two generations with 16% of those under 34s being impacted by fertility issues when they have tried to conceive compared to just 6% of those over 55s.
Nutrition and erectile dysfunction
More than 1 in 10 of men state that being overweight has directly caused erection problems and a further 4% saying that nutrition and diet have also affected their ability to stay erect.
Men feel male fertility is a taboo subject
More than twice as many women than men have sought advice from a medical professional about fertility and sexual health issues.
Top 5 myths about male fertility
The leading minds have pulled together the top 5 myths around Male Fertility to help the UK understand how and why it is just as significant as female fertility and shouldn’t be ignored when trying to conceive.
London Andrology Team
The leading minds in their field have worked together for over 15 years, developing the most advanced treatments for sexual and reproductive needs.
1 in 4 are considering sperm freezing
More than 1 in 4 of those under 35 are considering freezing sperm or eggs while young to help with conceiving later in life as millions delay having children young.
Male fertility issues are on the rise
Younger men are nearly three times as likely to have fertility issues compared to previous generations.
Work-related stress and Erectile Dysfunction
A recent study by London Andrology shows that 12% of men stating that work-related stress has directly caused erection problems.
Overweight and Erectile Dysfunction
Men in relationships are nearly twice as likely to have ED from being overweight compared to single men.
Fertility After Varicocele Surgery
Men who have been diagnosed with a varicocele and are experiencing issues with infertility, might be looking for information