While at-home sperm tests don’t replace seeing a fertility specialist, they do play a role for some men who are hoping to be come fathers.
People often suspect underwear, laptops and saunas or hot tubs of having the potential to raise the temperature of testicles, and consequently, to lower sperm counts. But research shows otherwise.
If a little testosterone is good for a man, a lot should be better, right? So the thinking goes. No wonder interest in “low T” therapy is running so high. Tap or click to find out whether increasing testosterone will increase your fertility.
A cancer diagnosis can place a man’s fertility at risk. If you’re at risk for male infertility, being deployed overseas or want to delay fatherhood, sperm banking can help. Here are some facts that might surprise you.
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In general, whatever is healthy for your body is also healthy for sperm quality. Find out more about how a man’s overall health relates to his fertility.