In this video, Acupunturist Marc Sklar tackles some of the most common questions couples have about sex when trying to conceive; How often should we have sex? What are the best sex positions to help you get pregnant? Should women stay in bed after sex to improve chances of getting pregnant?
The Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas featured over 2.6 million sq feet of new tech. Here are some cool gadgets we found that might help you on your journey to better health and fertility. Enjoy.
When the doctor told my dad he couldn’t have high-sodium foods there was a great sadness in the land, because pizza. My dad’s love for pizza eclipses that of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. So, the dude learned how to make his own pizza. It is damn good, and (can be) super healthy.
Another year, another moment of “Damnit, I never came up with a new year’s resolution!” So you could shrug, and pick “get in shape” and pay for gym membership you know you’ll never use, again. Or, you could think about your balls, and make a New Year’s Resolution to improve your fertility! [...]
Can heat be used to lower sperm count? Sperm are much more sensitive to heat than the rest of the body. Prolonged exposure to heat sources such as hot tubs is a well-known cause of reduced sperm count. Repeated and consistent exposure to heat can knock down sperm count so low that it can render a man temporarily infertile.
This article breaks down options for getting testosterone tested, what normal levels should be, causes of low T and next steps if your testosterone levels are low.
You find them in your pocket, crumpled up under the seat of your car, some restaurants even use them to wrap their food in. Receipts are one of those things that you rarely notice or care about, but that seem to be everywhere. And for the most part, save the danger of littering, they really are no big deal. However, over exposure to receipt paper affects male fertility more than you would expect.
Houston, we have a problem… an abnormal semen analysis can be both confusing and scary. Especially in cases where you find out that you have very few or no sperm at all. What should I do now? Is this fixable? Can I still become a father? The good news is that there are lots of things that doctors can do to correct medical causes of male infertility.