Fertility is the obvious benefit of healthy sperm but overall health can be tied to sperm health
A recent study finds men who regularly lift heavy objects have healthier sperm.
A recent study finds men who regularly lift heavy objects have healthier sperm.
The global average has been dropping for 50 years, and at an accelerated rate since 2000.
These viral infections may impact a man's ability to conceive by diminishing sperm health.
Prostate health and lifestyle choices can change the size of your load and its volume of semen.
The body's response to illness, fever and infection can contribute to infertility.
This condition prevents sperm from entering the ejaculate, but solutions are available.
Misbeliefs about fertility—and a man's role in it—persist, despite the information available.
I gave samples but was rejected. Why? And why isn't there more regulation of sperm banks?
Two recent studies suggest matcha green tea can improve fertility in males.
They can be temperamental, but lower hanging balls are often nothing to worry about.
They can be temperamental, but lower hanging balls are often nothing to worry about.
The procedure retrieves sperm directly from the testes tissue of men with azoospermia.
Certain medications—even ones given to you by your doctor—can negatively impact sperm health.
Inflammation in the genital tract can cause testosterone deficiency and a low sperm count.
Death is not the end. Up to 36 hours after a man dies, his sperm can still produce children.
Simply put, extreme fitness can negatively affect fertility, but it's complicated—and fixable.
The first baby born from IVF in the U.S. just turned 40, and so much has changed since 1981.
Gamete morphology is as important as size and motility in terms of sexual health.
A number of lesser-known roadblocks can potentially impede a man's ability to conceive.
Gamete concentration can be negatively affected by a number of lifestyle facets.
Researchers are looking at a nonhormonal solution that might eliminate side effects.
Erectile dysfunction fixes aren't one-size-fits-all. Most TV and online 'cures' are.
Nobody can avoid stressors, but eliminate the ones you can and deal better with those you can't.
If your semen levels are off balance, your gametes may not get to where they're going: the egg.
If infertility isn't an impetus to get vaccinated, how about potential erectile dysfunction.
A man's fertility status post-chemo depends on a lot of factors, but parenthood is possible.
The unconventional menstrual cup method might just be worth a shot.
If you have celiac disease and are having trouble conceiving, a new diet might help your odds.
For couples with male-factor infertility, IUI and ICSI are good alternatives to traditional IVF.
Trying to conceive with one testis might sound scary, but sperm production is often sufficient.
Most products haven't been tested or researched, so do your homework and talk to your doctor.
Most individual fertility issues can be assessed and treated, but some cases are 'unexplained.'
Two prevalent STIs make the list, but so do conditions not directly tied to reproduction.
Numerous stressors can negatively affect male fertility, so don't let the virus be another one.
To preserve fertility in the face of cancer or other issues, freezing some swimmers is smart.
The pituitary gland, hypothalamus and testicles together promote sperm and testosterone levels.
Men who want kids should know that getting their tobacco fix could be the same as getting fixed.
This congenital condition is rare, but some men learn about it when they're unable to conceive.
Spermageddon is here, according to harrowing headlines. Are we really facing a coming crisis?
For men with retrograde ejaculation, the big O is accompanied by the big 0—as in no semen.
An osteoporosis drug is being studied for its potentially positive effects on male fertility.
They're OK as a starting point, but don't count on home kits to tell you everything.
The field of epigenetics is revealing reasons for potential infertility across generations.
Congenital abnormalities—passed down from dad or mom—play a role in some infertility cases.
Here's what you should know if you're thinking of reversing 'the snip': It doesn't always work.
Even inflammation of the tiny prostate gland can cause big headaches if you want to conceive.
Lots of men struggle with infertility. Knowing the facts can help you avoid unnecessary shame.
How much do you know about the process that factors heavily into male fertility?
They're the key to success in male fertility, so know how to improve sperm quality.
Learn about the environmental factors and products that can wreck a man's fertility.
The color and consistency of your semen can clue you in on certain health issues.
Here are five tall tales about men and procreation that still make the rounds.
Let's find out what, exactly, drug use does to your swimmers.
Here's a look into whether these products are up to par with professional lab work and more.
Caught early, bladder cancer is highly treatable. But other factors may affect your fertility.
Addressing the symptoms of this scrotum condition is simple enough, even if you can't avoid it.
A decrease in semen volume can be caused by many factors, as well as indicate other troubles.
A surprising cause of erectile dysfunction is an overload of an essential mineral.
Your desk-jockey and couch-potato habits might impact your chance of having kids.
From finding a facility to providing blood and a semen sample, here's how the process goes.
Testicular cancer is traumatic, but understanding the side effects of treatment is vital, too.
Certain healthy lifestyle behaviors can benefit lazy sperm and improve their motility.
Believe it or not, you may be able to eat your way to a healthier sex life.
Believe it or not, you may be able to eat your way to a healthier sex life.
Getting hit in the balls isn't always a cause for concern, but it helps to know why it hurts.
Men who want to be a father can make lifestyle changes to ensure they produce quality sperm.
Check out the pros and cons of each procedure, because only you can choose what's right for you.
Various health issues can cause blockages for your sperm—and fertility.
You can't always prevent fertility problems, but you can avoid some of the risk factors.
Certain genetic disorders can cause infertility in men, but treatment options are available.
Learn how the shape and swimming style of sperm affect male fertility.
Research gaps prevent us from knowing the full repercussions of HIV and AIDS on fertility.
Low testosterone may cause issues, but proven treatments and healthy habits can provide a boost.
Low testosterone may cause issues, but proven treatments and healthy habits can provide a boost.
An absence of sperm could go undetected without intervention and seriously impact fertility.
Men make up one-third of infertility cases. Here’s what they can be doing to turn that around.
Male infertility is a more common problem than you may think, but you have many paths forward.
There are many things you can do to improve your fertility. Find out what they are.
Male fertility is key to successful reproduction. Here's what you need to know.
Grief, doubt and frustration—heavy emotions can take their toll on a partnership.
Systemic racism is seriously affecting fertility rates across the United States.
Chlamydia is common and treatable, but unchecked, its long-term effects can impact your future.
Men have many ways to handle and/or resolve infertility—starting with talking about it.
Cancer has men thinking about their future children—whether they planned to have them or not.
Research points to chemicals and pollutants as two causes for a drop in sperm counts worldwide.
Scientific evidence is piling up: Modern men are beginning to lose their reproductive prowess.
Feeling depressed? Forget the social stigma and get help—for your body as much as your mind.
While minoxidil won't affect your fertility, finasteride might.
The science of men's contribution to reproduction doesn't have to be a mystery.
Sure, check up on your swimmers in the privacy of your home—but only as preliminary research.
More research is needed, but early studies show a link between coronavirus and sperm count.
There's more to sperm count than you think. Here are five of the most common myths dispelled.
If you plan to wait before starting a family, consider the role age plays in male fertility.
Whether you’re planning to have a family now or later, here’s what to know about healthy sperm.
Here are a few tips for success when you’re planning to have children.
Electronics have been linked to male infertility, but men can take steps to reduce the risks.
Weed may be legal in your state, but do we know enough about how it impacts libido?
Intense cycling can involve hours of pressure on your most vulnerable areas. Should you worry?
If you have perceived ejaculate volume reduction, try these easy steps to address it.
There’s much to consider before getting a vasectomy. Here are the things you need to know.
A healthy sperm count points to good overall health, so keep your count high with these tips.
Facing fertility issues? Treatments and lifestyle changes can bring new life to your sperm.
Are you pondering testosterone therapy? Think twice if you’re considering having children.
Male infertility can have many causes, but a proactive approach can yield positive results.