These fertility checklists for men and women will help answer your “why can’t I get pregnant?” question. These are the most common reasons women don’t conceive quickly; they include male fertility issues related to sperm health. Conceiving a baby and staying pregnant for the full term is surprisingly difficult for many women!
A diagnosis of azoospermia – no sperm, a type of male factor infertility – isn’t just shocking for a man, it’s a blow to his masculinity and ego. Some men pride themselves on their virility and ability to father children. “Thank you for your She Blossoms blog; specifically, the articles on male infertility,” writes Nan on What to Do When […]
These five “Blossom Tips” for overcoming setbacks when you’re trying to get pregnant are inspired by a reader. He and his wife are struggling to conceive a baby; he commented on one of my most popular fertility articles… “My wife and I have been trying to have a baby, in the last year we have both undergone fertility tests,” writes […]
Learning how to recover sperm can be as simple as discovering what foods increase your sperm count, production, and motility. Remember, though, that increasing and recovering sperm depends on your overall health, genetics, and lifestyle! It’s not as easy as simply eating magnesium-rich foods or avoiding hot tubs. Improving male fertility can be complex, depending on the reason your sperm […]
Many – but not all – veggies can increase your energy and balance your hormones. Here are the best vegetables to eat for a normal menstrual cycle; they’re healthy, delicious, inexpensive, and versatile. You can eat them raw or cooked, grilled or sautéd, stir fried or baked (my favorite vegetables are baked yams and kimchi – but not cooked together!). […]
How frequently should you have sex for pregnancy? Should you lie flat on your back with your legs in the air if you want to conceive a baby? How do you time intercourse to increase your chances of getting pregnant? If you’re trying to conceive a baby, you might wonder about your sexual frequency. “We’ve only been trying to conceive for […]