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When & Why to See a Urologist

The urinary system is an integral part of the body’s regulation process. Its primary function is to remove extra water and waste that the kidneys filter out of the blood and would otherwise build up in the body. A urologist is a specialist physician who can diagnose and treat problems affecting the bladder, kidney, urinary tract, and men’s health issues…

Dr. Natale: Male Infertility in Concord, NC

Male infertility is a very common issue, and fortunately, in most cases, it is treatable with the help of an experienced men’s health doctor, like urologist Richard Natale at Carolina Urology Partners. Learn more about male infertility, including its causes, and how Dr. Natale approaches diagnosis and treatment. What Causes Male Infertility? Male infertility may…

Understanding Male Infertility

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in roughly 8 percent of couples who are unable to conceive, male infertility is the identifiable culprit. If you have spent years trying to conceive and are concerned that you may be a statistic, read on to learn about male infertility, particularly its causes, how…

Male Infertility: How to Spot It and What to Do About It

When a couple cannot conceive a child within a year of “trying,” infertility of one or both partners is likely to be the problem. You’re probably wondering what the issue is, but the National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports that infertility is due to the woman in one-third of the cases, the man in another…

When to Talk to a Doctor About Male Infertility

Infertility in men is very common – approximately 30% of all infertility cases can be attributed to male infertility, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS). Another 30% can be attributed to females, and the remainder of cases involve reproductive issues with…

Dr. Richard Natale: One of the Top Urologists for Male Infertility

If you and your partner are having trouble conceiving, a skilled urologist can determine whether the issue may be on your side or on hers, or both. Fortunately, there are many treatment options for infertility, but success depends upon whether the underlying issue is specifically addressed. Here in the Charlotte area, Dr. Richard Natale is…

Signs of Male Infertility

One of the most sensitive topics you can discuss with a doctor is the subject of infertility, especially if you’re a male. Natural male reproduction relies on healthy sperm and erections that are strong enough for sexual intercourse. This is not possible for a lot of men. About half of all infertility cases have something…

Get to Know More About Male Infertility and its Treatment

Infertility is much more common than most people think, and it’s a serious issue for a lot of couples. It can prevent you from having children and cause frustration and confusion between you and your partner on who is the cause of the problem. Fortunately, a lot of infertility issues in both men and women…

Do Young Men and Women Experience Infertility?

Many years ago, infertility used to be considered solely a woman’s issue. But now we know that about 10 percent of people of childbearing age – both men and women – suffer from fertility problems when trying to conceive a baby. Among infertile couples, men have a fertility issue in one-third of them, women have…

Signs of Infertility in Men

Infertility problems in men are more common than you might think. Among couples who are having trouble starting a family, one-third of the time those troubles can be linked to male fertility issues, one-third to female fertility issues, and the final one-third to fertility issues with both partners. More than 10 percent of couples trying…

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