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.
In this episode of Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer, the doctors discuss the long term health effects of using steroids which can include permanent infertility.
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 [...]
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.
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.
Snowballs underwear designed for the art of manly cooling. Here's the back story on how they were invented and how they might help your fertility.
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.
Soy is often thought to be a healthy alternative to other foods. Since soy is a plant-based protein, many assume it's a healthier option. However, certain chemicals contained in the soy plant can impact male fertility.
BPA is found in receipts, water bottles, and even canned goods. What is BPA? Where else is it found? And what is the relationship of BPA and male fertility?
Smoking is just bad for you. Period. But do you ever wonder what smoking could be doing to your sperm count?