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...to our video series providing infertility education to help men and women in the Deaf community have the children they want. 

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The second question to consider is, "Does the man have sufficient, healthy sperm?" It is often the case that couples experiencing infertility first consider a problem with the female partner, when male infertility is just as common as female infertility. Decreased numbers of sperm, abnormally shaped sperm, or sperm with decreased motility can all impact the likelihood of fertilization to occur. A semen analysis is important for all couples experiencing infertility, and thus a discussion with the male partners about the importance of assessing this factor is an important step. There are treatment options for men.back