Sperm isn't really something you think about until you're trying for a baby, and then it becomes half of the equation for pregnancy. If there's a problem with sperm count or motility, then it becomes a very important part of the equation, indeed.
What if you were allergic to your husband's sperm? This might seem like a cruel joke from nature, but it does happen, and women aren't the only ones who can be affected—a man can be allergic to his own sperm.
While up to 50 percent of conception problems experienced by couples are the result of male fertility issues, only 20 percent of men are likely to go and have their sperm count checked. But could this be about to change?
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