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Infertility is not solely a women's problem. About 30% of infertility cases involve male factor problems alone, and 30% of cases involve problems with both partners. Many researchers believe the causes of declining male fertility during this century are environmental; they include pesticide and chemical exposure, drug use, radiation, and pollution.
The following is a partial list of environmental risk factors to male fertility:
Medical risks to male fertility include: