Because male infertility has no outward signs or symptoms, the only way to find out if there is an issue is to have your semen tested. There are several options available for home testing as well as a variety of techniques used in labs.
Cryopreservation, aka freezing your sperm, gives men the opportunity to become biological fathers in times that their fertility is in jeopardy. Learn the science behind sperm freezing and things to think about when freezing your sperm.
A number of disorders that impact the male reproductive system do not have any symptoms beyond reduced fertility.
Prolactinemia, including hyperprolactinemia, is a common cause of hypogonadism, low sperm count and male infertility.
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Abnormalities on a semen analysis may prompt your doctor to order more tests to determine underlying causes of fertility issues or to determine whether there really is a fertility issue. Here are a list of some of the most common follow on tests that specialists use to diagnose and treat male fertility.
10 lifestyle changes that can boost sperm count and improve male fertility.
Acupuncture treatments have proven to be effective in treating male infertility. Studies have shown to statistically significant increases in motility and normal sperm in infertile men.
It’s a well known fact that abusing steroids can shrink your balls and cause development of breast tissue. This article explores how steroids work and what they can do to your fertility.
A quick primer in genetics The human genome is the complete set of instructions for building a human. It is made up of 23 pair of chromosomes which each have somewhere between 500 – 5,000 [...]