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How common a problem is male infertility?

In three out of every five couples experiencing infertility, a male factor is involved. Male infertility is the primary factor in two out of five of these couples and furthermore, it is a combination of male and female infertility, in one out of every five couples struggling with fertility. It is prudent to exam both the male and female partner when dealing with this issue.

What lifestyle changes can be made to improve sperm count and quality?

  • Quit smoking
  • Reduce alcohol consumption
  • Avoid using lubricants while trying to conceive
  • Moderate aerobic and resistance exercise
  • Avoid high temperatures, i.e. saunas and hot tubs
  • Take supplemental vitamins (antioxidants)

Steps to Healthy Sperm

  • Take a multivitamin. A multivitamin usually contains antioxidant vitamins such as C and E, which may help prevent sperm damage.
  • Lower stress. Stress may also harm sexual function.
  • Get regular exercise. It is well known that physical activity is good your overall health; moderate physical activity is good for reproductive health as well.

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