Low sperm numbers, sperm mortility, abnormal sperm morphology. These are just a few of the potential infertility problems in men.
Males contribute to a pregnancy’s success. It’s easy to automatically “blame” the woman for infertility. However, if the man’s sperm is not up to par, a woman simply cannot become pregnant. The three factors that sperm health depends upon is: movement, quantity, and quality.
Many lifestyle traits contribute to a sperm’s health. Semen starts to diminish in the 20s so age is a contributing factor. Obesity is also known to reduce sperm movement.
Two helpful formulas for male fertility are: Adaptogen blend and Men’s Daily Omega-Complete Plus Zinc. The former may increase the quantity of sperm. It also may lead to less anxiety. The latter may increase fertility and also have energizing qualities.
It is important for both partners to take care of themselves for optimal health and chances at achieving pregnancy.
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