When it comes to making babies, men who are trying to increase their chances of fertility might want to consider tweaking their diets to improve the quantity and quality of their sperm.
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A new study reveals that sperm counts have dropped almost 60% in Western Societies in the last 40 years, spotlighting a potential fertility crisis and wake up call on men’s health.
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.
Aging can reduce the ability to have a baby for both men and women, but for women the chances of infertility are more abrupt with each passing year over 35.
If you’re like most guys, you have your cell phone stashed in your pocket. It seems like the most sensible place to put it, but beware — it could be slowly poaching your sperm and increasing your risk of infertility.
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.
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 a birth control dilemma: a woman posted on a website that while she would be happy to go ahead and have a third child, her husband was adamant that he did not.
We’ve sorted out some facts vs myths in regards to male infertility. Does age, cellphones, biking, hot tub usage, or stress really impact infertility?
The health of your sperm is crucial to getting your wife pregnant. Men’s Health Month is the perfect time to find out your fertility status and make changes that can boost your sperm health and production.