Low sperm count has been an issue for men for years, but it’s becoming a more and more common reality in recent years. While many different factors contribute to low [...]
Is semen an acid or a base? Could your semen pH be impacting your fertility? Get the facts about semen pH and learn what you can do to improve it.
The simple, but important answer is 1. So, why do men make so many sperm? For men, fertility is a number's game. The more sperm, the better the odds. Learn about the research that has been done on the correlation of sperm count to pregnancy rates.
A marvel of biological design, the cremaster muscle optimizes temperature, comfort and safety for the testes.
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.
Listen up, Superman. We'd all like to think that we're blessed with active and virile swimmers that can be trusted upon when it's time to fertilize that lucky egg.
Urologists often order scrotal ultrasounds to confirm suspicions about abnormalities that they discover during a physical exam or to discover abnormalities that may be too small to detect by other means.
If you are preparing for an upcoming semen analysis, here are a few tips to make sure you get the most accurate results possible.
Male plumbing seems simple, but a lot can go wrong with a man's reproductive system. Learn about the common causes of male infertility and their treatments.
The first step is a hard one. The curious biochemistry behind pitching a tent. Learn the abc's of how erections work and common causes of erectile dysfunction.
Sex while trying to conceive can be stressful and wrought with questions. What matters? What doesn't? How often you have sex, sex drive, and what happens during sex can determine whether or not you make a baby.
Like islands just off the coast of a big city, testicles have a few bridges to the mainland. They are outfitted with a complex network of pipes designed to bring oxygen, nutrients and hormones in and send out sperm and testosterone produced in the testicle out.
You are what you eat, and so are your sperm. This article explores the fascinating biochemistry of how diet impacts sperm health detailing top nutrients studied to improve semen parameters and how they function are the cellular level.