Fertility Friday Tip 22: If you are trying to conceive, make sure you and your partner’s cholesterol level are under control. High cholesterol won’t just harm your heart–it can also negatively impact your ability to conceive, according to a recent study in the Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism.
It’s 2019. Your balls are as important as they have ever been. And if you really care about them you shouldn’t let anyone with a knife or a needle near you if you have a choice. The gold standard in my humble opinion is a no needle, no scalpel vasectomy.
Fertility Friday Tip 33: Have regular physical examinations to detect early signs of infections or abnormalities that might indicate or lead to infertility.
Early research shows that taking lycopene by mouth daily for 3 months improves sperm quality in some men with fertility problems due to unknown causes.
Fertility Friday Tip 31: Don’t go overboard on any nutrient or vitamin that is supposed to boost fertility (such as zinc). As with everything, balance is key.
Fertility Friday Tip 30: Chronic malnourishment can affect female hormones and hence cause infertility.
Fertility Friday Tip 29: According to new research, a vegetarian diet might harm fertility.