Just thought I'd post some interesting articles I've come across this morning regarding male age-related fertility, which is so often ignored in the media as our culture tends to focus on female fertility.
What sparked my interest was watching one of those morning shows (that I never normally watch) and seeing a segment about the new bachelor series that advertised for:
females aged 23 - 35 and
males aged 27 - 38
and I wondered why the older age range for males, because if its fertility-related, I know that both female and male fertility declines with age. Why not just advertise for males and females between 25-35 for the best possible fertility outcome. I think it sends the wrong message, having a younger age range for women.
By the way, I'm not assuming the different age range is attributed to fertility - who knows why the different age range? I don't know but it stood out immediately to me as being odd. I thought about fertility, which spurred me to have a look for info on google.
Since it is still something the media and even many in the healthcare profession continue to ignore, instead focusing on female-centred fertility techniques, I thought I'd share a couple of the various and interesting articles/studies I saw.