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Men's Fertility

Understanding Men's Fertility

The Basics
Sperm Health
Vasectomies
Improving Fertility
Coping with Infertility

The Basics

The Facts About Male Fertility

Male fertility is key to successful reproduction. Here's what you need to know.

Males in the armed forces receive little support for infertility problems, but that's changing.

Certain medications—even ones given to you by your doctor—can negatively impact sperm health.

Trying to conceive? You might need to give up the weed, though the findings of studies vary.

Sperm Health

The Facts About Sperm Health

Healthy sperm are a key component of fertility. Here's what you need to know about sperm health.

Simply put, extreme fitness can negatively affect fertility, but it's complicated—and fixable.

Gamete morphology is as important as size and motility in terms of sexual health.

Gamete concentration can be negatively affected by a number of lifestyle facets.

Vasectomies

The Facts About Vasectomies

Don't rush into a vasectomy decision. Take the time to balance the benefits against the risks.

So why isn't the procedure for men brought up more often in the fight for reproductive rights?

Yes, men get the procedure, but it's meant to be permanent, so partners should learn the facts.

Vasectomy methods vary, but they all involve vas deferens modifications to keep sperm confined.

Improving Fertility

Improving Men's Fertility

There are many things you can do to improve your fertility. Find out what they are.

If you have celiac disease and are having trouble conceiving, a new diet might help your odds.

You can't always prevent fertility problems, but you can avoid some of the risk factors.

Men make up one-third of infertility cases. Here’s what they can be doing to turn that around.

Coping with Infertility

Coping With Men's Infertility

Male infertility is a more common problem than you may think, but you have many paths forward.

Freezing testicular tissue is developing as an option for prepubescent boys—and some adults.

Testosterone supplements are not the solution when sperm production is the problem.

For couples with male-factor infertility, IUI and ICSI are good alternatives to traditional IVF.