Can heat be used to lower sperm count? Sperm are much more sensitive to heat than the rest of the body. Prolonged exposure to heat sources such as hot tubs is a well-known cause of reduced sperm count. Repeated and consistent exposure to heat can knock down sperm count so low that it can render a man temporarily infertile.
Prostate cancer is not just an old man’s disease. For a man, it’s important to rethink the common wisdom that you can be ‘too young’ for prostate cancer.
What you do can have an impact on your sex life. Learn 6 habits that can harm your fertility and cause issues in the bedroom
Does frequent ejaculation cause any health problems? We receive a surprising number of emails asking about this. Particularly, there quite a few guys who worry about frequent masturbation. Does it harm reproductive health? We asked urologist and male fertility specialist Dr. Kathleen Hwang this question. See what she had to say.
An interview with Dr. Eric Seaman about the side effects of Clomid -- the good and the bad. Learn more about how this drug impacts your fertility and overall health.
Sexually transmitted infections are more common that you may think. A recent report from the CDC shows that STIs are a growing problem with a record number of new infections reported in 2013. Learn the facts and how to stay safe.
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?
What's the normal semen volume? How fast does semen travel during ejaculation? Find out what's normal and where you measure up.
Possibly the grossest thing you'll come across on your semen analysis report, "semen liquefaction time" often leaves people with more questions than answers. What does it mean? Why does it happen? And why does liquefaction time matter?
What is a white blood cell and why does your semen analysis measure white blood cell concentration? If sperm cells are the quarterbacks of baby-making, white blood cells are like your offensive linemen.
What does normal semen look like? Is it better to have thick or thin semen? We've got the answers to your questions and what it could mean for your health.