Wait, sperm count can change? Yes. Sperm count changes over the course of days, weeks, months and years in response to changes in your habits, health and even the weather. This article reviews some of the most common techniques and treatments used to boost sperm count, and how long it can take to see results.
Is icing your balls a way to hack your fertility? We reviewed the research and are encouraged that it could help some men make dramatic improvements in semen quality. We've also written up some best practices to make cooling as effective as possible.
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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, [...]
There have been a number of apps developed over the past few years to help women track their cycles as part of an effort to try to conceive, but now, there's an app made just for men on the journey to fatherhood.
Boosting sperm count doesn't have to be hard. This list of 20 simple things you can start today is a 100 day plan to improve sperm count and boost chances of conception.
10 lifestyle changes that can boost sperm count and improve male fertility.
Is your diet slowing down your swimmers? You'd be surprised by how much your diet could be affecting your sperm. Let us help. DCYB wants your swimmers to be all they can be, so we've made a list of the top 12 male fertility superfoods. These foods are all only a grocery trip away, so check out these superfoods, chocked full of essential fertility nutrients, and let's chow down.
Stress is known to impact sperm production and testosterone levels which in turn can lead to a loss of male fertility. This article examines the biology of stress and provides tips to improve stress levels.