Infertility is the inability to conceive a child regardless of frequent unprotected sexual intercourse for at least a year. Male infertility is the male partners decreased or inability to produce and deliver healthy sperm into his female partner’s vagina. It is a common problem affecting 10-15% of couples attempting to reproduce. Although an infertility diagnosis may seem devastating, with todays technology, the path to parenthood may be a little more windy but not impossible. Male infertility is owed to low sperm creation, unmoving sperm, obstructions between the sperm and its destination, diseases, infections, injuries, chronic health issues and decisions based on how people choose to conduct their lives. Symptoms besides the inability to coinceive a child are usually not so obvous. Underlying causes of infertility include erectile dysfunction, chromosomal or hormonal imbalances, low sperm counts, masses found in the testicle, varicoceles increasing the temperature within the testicles, retrograde ejaculation into the urinary bladder, along with lifestyle and environmental causes. Risk factors increasing the chance of infertility include smoking, alcohol, drugs, obesity, overheating of the testicles, radiation, sitting too long bicycling and tight underwears. A doctor can help pinpoint the cause of infertility for each individual to improve chances of conceiving.