40% of infertility is due to male factors. Learn more.
Antioxidants May Up ICSI Success Rates
ICSI may be far more successful when preceded by antioxidant supplementation to reduce sperm DNA fragmentation.
Are His Sperm Ready For ICSI?
Sperm DNA integrity may be a hidden problem when other aspects of sperm health such as counts, motility and morphology are poor. DNA integrity predicts ICSI success and is worth actively protecting in the months before ICSI/IVF.
BPA Harms Sperm and Male Fertility
BPA needs to be rigorously avoided when trying to conceive to keep sperm healthy and fertile. Learn how to minimize your risks - keeping BPA low could help your baby-to-be too.
Cay You Avoid IVF By Boosting Sperm Health?
IVF is often suggested for male infertility; addressing nutritional and lifestyle factors linked with male fertility may facilitate natural conception.
Cell Phones Can Damage Fertility
Cell phones can damage fertility in many ways, especially sperm counts. Learning how to minimize exposing your brain - and your partners - to cell phone radiation could help you to conceive faster.
Cola And Fast Foods May Damage Sperm
Cola especially when consumed as part of a fast food lifestyle may damage sperm.
Goji Berries May Help Sperm Count and Motility
Goji berries may help protect against oxidative stress when consumed daily and have been shown to improve sperm counts and motility with a 75% success rate.
Help For Sperm DNA Fragmentation and Damage
A new low-tech method may be helpful in reducing the numbers of sperm with DNA damage.
High Fat Diets May Harm Sperm Count
A diet high in fat - especially saturated fat - may lower sperm counts and concentration according to a 2012 study.
Intense Exercise Can Harm Sperm Morphology
Intensive work-outs can damage sperm morphology significantly but a 2011 study shows that the antioxidant resveratrol may protect against exercise-induced harm.
Is Wi-Fi Hazardous To Sperm?
A 2011 study has raised concern that exposure to Wi-Fi may lower sperm motility and increase DNA damage.
Laptop Computers Harm Male Fertility
The heat from laptop computers can have an adverse effect upon sperm quality - learn how to minimize the damage.
Less Steak More Veggies For Peak Male Fertiltiy
Too much meat may be a trigger for poor sperm health. Men who eat more fruits and vegetables may significantly boost their fertility.
Male Diet May Help IVF/ICSI Success
Certain kinds of diets may have a 'drastic effect' of pregnancy rates with ICSI, your doctor may not tell you this but what you eat may make a difference to success rates.
Men Need Pre-Conceptual Folic Acid Too
Folic acid can help to protect sperm DNA from damage, men may benefit from taking pre-conceptual nutrients such as folic acid even when sperm tests are normal.
Sperm Motility Improves With Moderate Exercise
Engaging in regular moderate exercise may help to improve sperm motility according to a 2011 study.
Sperm Motility May Improve With A Healthy Diet
Sperm motility may improve significantly when diet quality is improved.
Untreated Diabetes May Harm Male Fertility
Diabetes may adversely affect male fertility even when sperm tests are normal, a diabetes test may be your missing link if you are having trouble TTC.
Ureaplasma And Poor Sperm Morphology
Ureaplasma infections may be at the root of much male infertility especially poor sperm morphology. Fortunately Ureaplasma is treatable with antibiotics.
Vitamin D And Male Fertility
Vitamin D can profoundly improve sperm DNA fragmentation, improve sperm morphology and help speed conception.
Vitamins May Optimize Sperm Health
Having a 'normal' sperm analysis can mean that sperm are still in the sub-fertile ranges. Vitamins may help to restore optimal sperm health to speed conception.
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