Get Ballsy: A Guide to Testicular Lumps, Bumps, and Pain
Testicular lumps, bumps, shrinkage and swelling. A lot can go wrong with your balls. It’s important to get in touch with your body. Literally. Ideally, men should perform a testicular self exam once a month, looking for any difference in shape or size. We’ve put together a beginner’s guide to checking under the hood, as well as what any changes in your balls could be telling you.
The following is a guest post shared with DCYBs from our friends at Fertility Help Hub. FHH's founder, Eloise, talks openly at FHH about her personal journey using donor sperm after her husband’s non-obstructive azoospermia diagnosis and unsuccessful [...]
Finding out that you don't have any sperm is devastating for most men (and their partners). Lack of sperm in the ejaculate is called azoospermia. This article is a quick overview of how urologists diagnose [...]
A visit to the fertility clinic does not have to be a daunting experience. Here's a brief overview about what to expect if you decide to visit a specialist.
Androvia Cap Score is a new sperm function test that measures signals on the cell that control capacitation (or the sperm's ability to fertilize an egg).