Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic condition that affects approximately 1 in 600 men. It affects fertility and can cause azoospermia (semen that contains no sperm), but the good news is there are fertility treatments that can help men with Klinefelter syndrome to become fathers – that’s where artificial insemination comes in. (Which of course can help people in other situations, too!)
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