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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 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?
High blood pressure. Diabetes. Heart disease. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re well aware of the negative impact of being overweight. Carrying around those extra pounds can lead to a multitude of health issues.
Men are solely responsible for 20-30% of infertility cases. Here are some things to know that will help you move past your concerns and get tested.
If you and your partner have been struggling to conceive, it’s possible that a varicocele—an enlarged vein inside your scrotum—could be the culprit causing your infertility.