Male Fertility Predictor

Male Fertility Predictor

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There are a number of ways that men can improve the quality of their sperm to help achieve a successful pregnancy with their partner. The lifecycle of sperm is only 72 days so with a few lifestyle changes many men can improve the quality of their sperm within just a few months. Use the Male Fertility Predictor now for an indication of your sperm quality, and then read the tips below for some simple ways to improve your fertility…

Tips to improve the quality of your sperm
A few simple changes to your diet and lifestyle could help improve your overall health and fertility.
Stop smoking
Active and passive smoking harms sexual and reproductive health in both men and women. For men it can damage sperm DNA and increase the chances of miscarriage and likelihood of childhood cancers.
Limit alcohol intake
Daily consumption of alcohol and binge drinking is known to affect your fertility. Try and follow the rule of ‘everything in moderation’.
Maintain a healthy weight
Having a high or low BMI can affect sperm concentration and count. If you are overweight, try to reduce your weight as obesity can be linked to infertility. Even a small reduction in weight can make a difference.
Exercise regularly
Sperm quality is reduced when men are too sedentary. Sitting on testicles for hour’s everyday can cause them to overheat and halt sperm production. Regular exercise will also help to maintain a healthy weight.
Stop Recreational Drugs and Steroids
Recreational drugs such as marijuana and cocaine can decrease sperm quantity and increase the number of abnormal sperm while steroid abuse can result in shrunken testicles and halt sperm production.
Have frequent sex (or at least frequent ejaculation)
Sperm does not become more potent if a man abstains from sex or ejaculation in fact it is the opposite. Ejaculate or have regular sex 2 – 3 times per week so sperm is not stored for too long in the testicles where it can be damaged.
Eat a healthy diet
Men should eat a balanced diet – try to include more fresh vegetables, fruit and lean meat.  Foods particularly rich in antioxidants help improve sperm health such as berries, pumpkin seeds, colourful leafy vegetables and you could consider multivitamin supplements such as Vitamin C and E which are known for their antioxidant qualities.
Male Fertility Treatments
Today we can literally produce a pregnancy from a single sperm using Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI).
For men with severely reduced levels of sperm morphology or with mid-high range DNA fragmentation, Digital High Magnification is an advanced technique which Enables embryologists to enlarge the images of sperm and select sperm most likely to produce a viable pregnancy. (IMSI)
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