Answer from: Douglas Lester, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons)
If the woman has for years shouldered the blame for infertility, then finds out the infertility is due to her male partner’s genes, this may come as some relief to her. It can only empower them — especially when using treatment such as ICSI to overcome the problem.
What if I'm not a carrier of the faulty gene?
What if, after genetic tests, you find out that you are not a carrier of the faulty gene? How to approach this emotionally with the partner?