Conception problems are becoming more and more common among today's couples.
Infertility is a growing problem worldwide.
In order to get pregnant, a man has to have at least 40 million sperm per ejaculate. Temporary reduction in production is related to various causes like heavy duty cycling, exposure to extreme heat, ill-fitting briefs, insomnia, performance pressure and emotional stress. All of these are causes of low sperm count in men. However, patients who suffer from this temporary low count can try out some helpful lifestyle changes to boost their count. More than 40% of couples who are unable to have children are unable to do so because of problems with the man. The sperm count should be the #1 fertility test done when you evaluate your fertility.
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Improving Male Fertility
Healthy sperm aren't always a given. Understand how lifestyle factors can affect you and what you can do to improve your fertility.
While infertility is not always treatable, it can sometimes be improved with a healthy diet, supplements and other lifestyle strategies.
This app covers some of the main lifestyle factors, foods, nutrients and supplements to boost sperm count and increase fertility in men.