As others have said, doctors can check the number and health of sperm in the ejaculate.
If the number is low than Inter Uterine Insemination can increase the odds of pregnancy and if necessary the sperm can be banked from multiple collections ahead of time.
There are medications that increase sperm count and interestingly some of these are the same ones prescribed to women to increase ovulation. For very low sperm counts intracytoplasmic sperm injection can be used in In Vitro Fertilization to inject a single sperm into an ovum.
It depends on whats happening with his sperm. Men can be considered infertile if they have no sperm, low sperm or sperm that pretty much cant swim properly. If the problem is with sperm motility, sperm can be injected directly into the egg (i believe either in utero or in vitro but im not certain on this). If the problem is with sperm numbers, they may need to use a sperm retrieval method, where they pretty much cut into the testes and try to collect sperm with tweezers under a microscope.
In most cases when a couple can't get pregnant it is actually both partners that have a fertility problem.
Unfortunately I am not sure what treatment they will do.
as you have to pay to have your gp check to see if his soldiers are working fully then id suggest he signs up to a sperm donor bank as they will test it for free ;)
Yes men can have low sperm count. And i'm not sure what they will tell him to do, ask them and i'm sure you'll be able to figure out something.
wowz. Hmm i didn't know that. ---if he's low on sperm or whatever,ask the doc about a testosterone shot. Maybe that can help. Idk.
Whaa? I thought woman are the ones who get fertile? ---Does he think he can't produce sperm or something?
Well, first of all have a sperm check....the Dr. isn't going to take his word for it.
---he could ask for a testosterone shot? --i think i spelled that right