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Sperm Abnormalities In Youth Exposed To Pesticides

Earlier this year research confirmed that men who regularly consumed vegetables and fruits with high pesticide residues had elevated sperm abnormalities[1. ““Fruit and vegetable intake and their pesticide residues in relation to semen quality…
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Coconut Oil Uses May Enhance Fertility

Coconut oil uses have been a popular news item recently. More people are rediscovering this natural plant extract and its associated health benefits. Furthermore, coconut oil is now being recognised for its fertility benefits. For several…
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Azoospermia researchers find a new genetic link

Azoospermia accounts for approximately one-sixth of cases of male infertility. Commonly referred to as ‘no sperm count’, men suffering from this condition are unable to father a child. Azoosperma may arise because there is a failure to product…
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4 Steps To Improve Sperm Count With Amino Acids

Having trouble conceiving? If you and your partner have been trying unsuccessfully to have a baby for several months a fertility specialist may recommend a semen analysis. This is one of the common assessments used to measure a range of parameters…
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Finding The Best Sperm For IVF

Assisted fertilisation procedures rely partly on high quality sperm. It’s reasonable to assume sperm quality would be the same throughout the ejaculate. However new research suggests that this isn’t the case. Instead, it’s believed that…
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World’s First Successful In Vitro Human Artificial Sperm Production For Male Infertility

French-based biotech company Kallistem has just announced that it has successfully produced the world’s first artificial sperm using a process called in vitro human spermatogenesis. Founded in 2012 by Philippe Durand and Marie-Helene Perrard,…

Marks and Spencer New Fertility Underwear

Marks and Spencer's male underpants with Cool & Fresh™ and StayNEW™ Technology could help you conceive Marks and Spencer (M&S) are know for their understated quality. Once the old school English high street brand, which almost…

Why Vitamin B12 is Important for Male Fertility

It is very important not to underestimate the importance of nutrients in supporting fertility. B12 is one such vitamin that can influence male reproductive health. A member of the B vitamin group, B12 is a large, complex molecule responsible…
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Arginine and Pycnogenol Help Treat Idiopathic Male Infertility

Approximately 30% of male infertility is classified as idiopathic. This means that there is an unexplained reduction in the quality of semen in regards to sperm motility, morphology and count in males who appear otherwise normal in endocrine…

Masturbation Actually Improves Fertility

Why Do Men Love Masturbation? "It's the Evolution, stupid!"   Men of all cultures and races enjoy masturbation. From early teenage years, this is seen as a right of passage for many young males and in many instances, this same behavior…
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Effective Sperm Needs High Quality Seminal Fluid

Effective Sperm Needs High Quality Seminal Fluid Seminal fluid has often been perceived as simply a medium used by the body to transport, nourish and contain sperm, but recent research has discovered that seminal fluid plays a far more important…
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Don’t Stress Out When Trying to get Pregnant!

While almost all youngsters go through a phase of not wanting children when they are adults themselves, this nearly always passes. By the time we reach our mid-to-late twenties the possibility of parenthood is no longer an unwanted menace and…
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L-carnitine, Antioxidants & Male Infertility

  There are several studies that have shown the positive effect of L-carnitine supplementation in men with sub-fertility problems.  In 2003, Lenzi and colleagues found that 2g per day of L-carnitine could improve sperm…

Factors and Trends Influencing Male Sperm Count

Medical records documenting male fertility since the early 1900’s have shown a steady fall in male fertility. Coinciding with this trend has been a significant decline in sperm count. A reduction in sperm concentration can make fertilization…