My partner changed after marriage…what to do? Ray Addison was joined on Dubai Today by Dr Raymond Hamden, Clinical and Forensic Scientist from the Human Relations Institute and Clinic, here to help, listen and offer advice for your marriage.
Always a good and relevant topic: Suzanne Radford discussed difficult pregnancies with Dr Salma Ballal, Obstetrician and Gynecologist at City Centre Clinic.
Many people associate infertility as a women’s problem, however a third of all infertility cases involve problems with the male partner. According to infertility experts in the UAE, the men in this region are at a far greater risk of infertility than for instance their European counterparts. Smoking, poor diet, obesity and a lack of exercise are contributing factors to why one in four men in the UAE have poor sperm quality – the most common cause of male infertility. To add to this, medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, which are highly prevalent in this region can also contribute to low sperm count.
Joining Suzanne was Dr. Manaf Kandakji, Urologist at Healthbay Policlinic, who discussed what causes male infertility and how it can be treated.