Male infertility is a common, hidden problem. Of the 7.3 million infertile Americans, one third have male infertility, one third have female infertility and one third have unexplained infertility. In our culture it is not considered manly to have a reproductive problem, and many men will not openly discuss their infertility. Today Ben Sosna, a physician’s assistant who has worked with infertile men in a urology practice, will lessen the stigma and shame by openly discussing the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility. He will provide must have information for anyone dealing with this issue.