Today on D.O. or Do Not, we interview Dr. Matthew Mené. After our discussion with professional comedian David Siegel in episode 66, we thought it would be interesting to speak with a D.O. urologist about what “really goes on” with a physician when a male has issues with infertility. Dr. Mené will speak about his journey into osteopathic medicine starting with a seven-year program, how he became interested in urology, and how hard work and dedication earned him the opportunity to train in Philadelphia in a competitive surgical subspecialty. He will comment on the ACGME merger and how it has made obtaining a urology residency more difficult for D.O. students. For medical students and residents interested in osteopathic school and urology residency, we would recommend more research into this; although Dr. Mené's comments may be true, we do not have data to support or refute them.