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Mega Biceps, Mini Balls

In this episode of Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer, the doctors discuss the long term health effects of using steroids which can include permanent infertility.

Biology of Reproduction: The Epigenetics of Sperm

If DNA is the cookbook that cells can use to "build" your body, epigenetics is the cook that helps the body read and mix together our genetic recipe. Epigenetics is the study of how external and environmental factors can impact our DNA’s gene expression without changing the DNA itself. New research shows that epigenetic markers on sperm can assess risk for male factor infertility and poor embryo development.

Male contraception: the quest for a pill for men

Male birth control options have been limited to condoms or vasectomy. Since the late 50's scientists have been working on a male birth control pill. This article reviews the development history of male birth control and what options might be available in the future.

Lube and Fertility

Various lubricants have been found to have detrimental effects on sperm health. Learn what to look for in a lube when trying for a baby.

Best sex positions to help you get pregnant

In this video, Acupunturist Marc Sklar tackles some of the most common questions couples have about sex when trying to conceive; How often should we have sex? What are the best sex positions to help you get pregnant? Should women stay in bed after sex to improve chances of getting pregnant?

3 simple steps to prevent testicular cancer

Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men ages 15 - 35. In this episode of Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer, the nerds discuss 3 simple things that men can do to prevent testicular cancer.

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