Diet and fertility; what you need to know – The Standard

Two out of 10 Kenyan couples struggle with infertility and require interventions to conceive, research has shown. A couple is usually advised to seek medical opinion when they have experienced failure to achieve pregnancy after 12 months of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.Infertility can impose significant physical, emotional and economical toll on struggling couples. There has been an underscoring need to consider both partners when trying to medically assist a couple conceive since a national survey conducted by the Ministry of Health and the United Nations Population Fund suggested that 16 per cent of Kenyan of reproductive age are infertile with the numbers almost equally shared between the two genders.And with advances in medicine, there is increasing evidence that what you choose to fill your plate with could impact your ability to have children.Diet and infertility in men

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