Over the past several years, several experts in male fertility have come together during the week before father's day to talk about men's health & fertility in an online summit called Making Dads. Discussions were filmed and transcribed and are now being offered in an e-book that covers a wide range of topics related to family building from the male perspective.
In honor of National Infertility Awareness Week the top startups in Fertility Tech have come together to giveaway a bundle of the best products to help people who are on a journey to build their family.
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?
Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men ages 15 - 35. In this episode of Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer, the nerds discuss 3 simple things that men can do to prevent testicular cancer.
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.
Asparagus has long been regarded as a male fertility superfood. It is full of nutrients and that help optimize sperm health, libido and erectile function.
Want to impress the missus with an Italian dinner by candlelight that is not only delicious but also deceptively easy to make and full of healthy sperm friendly superfoods? Read on, brother... we got you.
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.
Vasectomy reversal might not be as daunting as you might think. In this quick video interview, Dr. Seaman gave us a great run down of what you can expect during the recovery period following a vasectomy reversal.
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.