Resources for your Fertility Journey
If you’re like most guys, it was probably when your mom (wife, girlfriend, significant other) made the appointment or somehow forced you to do it. As a result, guys are putting themselves at greater risk for easily-preventable disorders.
Quick: when you think of November, what immediately comes to mind? Turkey with all the trimmings? Shorter days? Black Friday sales?
You and your partner have decided it’s time to make a baby, but even though things might be heating up in the boudoir, you might want to keep those balls of yours on ice. Literally.
Here’s the thing about finding out that you have a low sperm count: it doesn’t have to end your dream of fathering a child.
If you find bedroom noise is an issue for you, and moving isn’t an option, there are some things you can do to create a more peaceful sleeping environment for you and your sperm.
There are plenty of misconceptions about infertility, like it’s mostly a woman’s issue (it isn’t), and guys have no biological clock (they do). But one that often gets overlooked is that couples who have already had a child are fertile (not necessarily).