A high level of DNA fragmentation in sperm can lead to male fertility problems and even cause infertility. How do you stop – or at least decrease – the effects of sperm fragmentation? You want to get pregnant, you want a healthy baby, and you… Read More »How to Reduce the Harmful Effects of Sperm Fragmentation
Sperm Count & Motility
Yes, you can get pregnant even if you have misshapen or abnormal sperm morphology! These natural tips on how to get healthy sperm are inspired by a reader’s question about the results of his abnormal semen analysis. “My wife and I have been trying to… Read More »7 Ways to Get Healthy Sperm if You Have Abnormal Sperm Morphology
Learn how to read and understand your semen analysis results, plus a description of what normal sperm looks like. A typical semen analysis might include the terms “sluggish sperm” and “diminished sperm motility” and “normal forward sperm progression” – but don’t let those sperm test results alarm you.
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 cells aren’t functioning at optimal levels.
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… Read More »How to Help Your Husband Deal With the Shock of Male Infertility
Finding out your husband has an azoospermia diagnosis is shocking and sad, especially since female fertility problems are often more expected than male infertility issues. These tips will help you cope with your husband’s diagnosis of azoospermia, and give you hope for moving forward. If… Read More »What to Do When Your Husband Has Azoospermia
So often asked: “I have low sperm count. How do I make healthy sperm to conceive a baby?” here on Quips and Tips for Couples Coping With Infertility. Knowing if you have low sperm count is important — and home fertility tests like SpermCheck Fertility… Read More »Low Sperm Count? How to Make Healthy Sperm
“The important impact of men’s reproductive health on a couple’s fertility is often overlooked,” said Professor Niels Skakkebæk from the University of Copenhagen, who co-authored a report on male infertility rates. “Women postponing motherhood have reduced fertility, and we now see that poor sperm may be making it even harder to conceive. While poor sperm may be part of the reason more couples are using IVF (in vitro fertilization), it may also be making those therapies less successful.”
The bad news is male fertility rates and infertility treatments are making it harder to get pregnant. The good news is there are things you can do to increase sperm counts! To learn how to get pregnant, read Making Babies: A Proven 3-Month Program for Maximum Fertility.
And, here’s a summary of this report on male fertility rates…Read More »Male Infertility Rates Increasing – Why Sperm Counts Are Low