Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is incredibly powerful for relieving symptoms of low T, but it has a well known side effect of shutting down sperm production. Luckily, there are a number of alternative medications that have been shown to be effective at boosting T levels while maintaining and in some cases even boosting sperm counts.
New study suggests too little or too much sleep can harm a man's fertility. Researchers hypothesize this has something to do with testosterone levels.
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.
Responsible for kicking off a long chain of events that spurs sperm production, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) is the best hormonal indicator of the testicle’s ability to produce sperm and a primary hormone to be measured in the evaluation of male fertility.
“Low T” means Low Testosterone levels. Low T is the latest health epidemic to affect American men, at least according to the multiple, million-dollar advertising campaigns you see on TV, hear on the radio and see in the glossy magazines.
Prolactinemia, including hyperprolactinemia, is a common cause of hypogonadism, low sperm count and male infertility.
Overall health can make a dramatic impact on sexual health. Dr. Serena Chen explains why living well can make your sex life better.
Increasing numbers of men are looking to Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) as a way of restoring the glory days. Feeling younger and stronger. Is testosterone a fad or a silver bullet to restoring a man's health?
A recent study by Dr. Michael Eisenberg revealed that Obese men had a 19 times higher chance of low total sperm count. Learn more about how BMI can impact your chances of conceiving.