You may think you learned about this in your middle school sex ED class. So why then are so many couples having a hard time getting pregnant?
Infertility rates are on the rise affecting around 11% of reproductive age populations and 25% of these couples have more than one contributing factor.
Why the rise in Infertility?
Has the female anatomy transformed over the years?
Is the sperm not what it used to be?
There are structural as well as cellular changes occurring in the male and female body which contribute to infertility. Often these adverse effects on the body are the direct result of how we are living our lives.