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Male fertility

Male fertility refers to the industry that focuses on male reproductive health.

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Further, Allan Pacey, a professor of andrology at the University of Sheffield and advisor to LegacyLegacy (a sperm testing company), is skeptical about the claims of declining sperm counts based on possible bias, improved study techniques, and an improved understanding of the margins of error since those studies have been conducted. Further, Allan Pacey has pointed out that the decline is from normal to normal, meaning concentration levels have gone from 99m sperm a milliliter to 47m, and anything above 20m is fine.

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As a cause for concern, studies done in 1992 by Carsen et al., and a 2017 literature review have suggested a decline in overall sperm counts for males living in North America, Europe, AustraliaAustralia, and New Zealand (males studied in South America, Asia, and Africa showed no significant trend in sperm counts). The 2017 study was a systematic review and analysis for trends in sperm counts measured by sperm concentration and sperm count based on semen samples provided by 42,935 men from 1973 to 2011. The study showed a decline in sperm count and total sperm count of 1.4 percent per year with an overall decline of 52.4 percent between 1973 to 2011.

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As a cause for concern, studies done in 1992 by Carsen et al., and a 2017 literature review have suggested a decline in overall sperm counts for males living in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand (males studied in South AmericaSouth America, Asia, and Africa showed no significant trend in sperm counts). The 2017 study was a systematic review and analysis for trends in sperm counts measured by sperm concentration and sperm count based on semen samples provided by 42,935 men from 1973 to 2011. The study showed a decline in sperm count and total sperm count of 1.4 percent per year with an overall decline of 52.4 percent between 1973 to 2011.

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As a cause for concern, studies done in 1992 by Carsen et al., and a 2017 literature review have suggested a decline in overall sperm counts for males living in North AmericaNorth America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand (males studied in South America, Asia, and Africa showed no significant trend in sperm counts). The 2017 study was a systematic review and analysis for trends in sperm counts measured by sperm concentration and sperm count based on semen samples provided by 42,935 men from 1973 to 2011. The study showed a decline in sperm count and total sperm count of 1.4 percent per year with an overall decline of 52.4 percent between 1973 to 2011.

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As a cause for concern, studies done in 1992 by Carsen et al., and a 2017 literature review have suggested a decline in overall sperm counts for males living in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand (males studied in South America, Asia, and AfricaAfrica showed no significant trend in sperm counts). The 2017 study was a systematic review and analysis for trends in sperm counts measured by sperm concentration and sperm count based on semen samples provided by 42,935 men from 1973 to 2011. The study showed a decline in sperm count and total sperm count of 1.4 percent per year with an overall decline of 52.4 percent between 1973 to 2011.

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Male fertility

Male fertility refers to the industry that focuses on male reproductive health.

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