Learn about common health issuess in men, including infertility problems.

Male Hormones: What is Low Testosterone?

Testosterone is the male sex hormone. Both men and women produce testosterone, but men produce much more than women. It is responsible for hair growth, increased muscle mass and metabolism. ... read more »

Diabetes in Men

Many men wonder why they should even care about diabetes. There are multiple types of diabetes, including Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational. ... read more »

The Baby Dance Can Become A Drag For Guys Too

Be honest, men. 'Honey, I'm ovulating' isn't exactly the sexiest mating call in the animal kingdom. If you've been trying to conceive for a while, the whole process can get to be a bit mundane. ... read more »

5 Things You Don’t Know About Your Penis

Do you think you know everything there is to know about your penis? I bet you've got a lot to learn about the male reproductive organ. Here are 5 more things. ... read more »

Obesity in Men

Obesity is the largest world medical epidemic in the history of western society. More people are living overweight and obese today than ever before and there are a multitude of reasons to account for our up-sizing population. ... read more »

10 Best Superfoods for Men

Ahh, the superfood. According to some reports, superfoods will decrease your risk of cancer, improve overall health, help you maintain a healthy weight or lose weight and live a longer, happier life. ... read more »

Male Fertility Changes as You Age

Since the age couples are having children has risen and menopause eventually prevents conception and pregnancy, female fertility is typically the focus of this increase in parental age. ... read more »

Supporting Your Wife Through Infertility Treatment

It's no secret that going through infertility treatment can be stressful for a couple. That being said, there are a lot of things that you can do to make the process a little easier on your partner. ... read more »

Tips for Keeping Intimacy Alive During Infertility Treatment

As you get into treatment, you'll be told when to have sex and when to abstain and it can be easy to get caught up in the 'we have to have sex tonight because the doctor called' cycle. ... read more »

Men: What a Positive Pregnancy Test Means for You

When your partner shows you that pink line, plus sign or other positive pregnancy test indicator, you're likely to be overcome with emotion. As men, it can be difficult to understand what you're feeling and to know what to do about it. ... read more »

For Men: What is a Deep Cervix and Does it Affect Fertility?

There are many factors that can affect fertility. While there are many reliable sources that can help you understand these factors, fertility myths abound. One of these factors is a deep cervix. ... read more »

How Fatherhood Can Change a Man's Hormones

Fatherhood changes a man’s hormones, too. Studies indicate a new father’s testosterone levels drop when his child is born in what might be nature’s way of helping him to be more nurturing. ... read more »

Sperm Survival

Whether or not spermatozoa, or sperm, can survive depends on the conditions under which they are being held. ... read more »

Men's Health Guide

Men's health is vital when trying to get pregnant. So many things can affect a man's fertility, and being in optimal shape is vital for men who are trying to conceive. ... read more »

Men Get Pregnant Too!

You are the one pregnant, so why is he the one gaining weight? Couples report male pregnancy symptoms that parallel female symptoms, but how can this happen when men cannot physically get pregnant? ... read more »

Can Sperm Be Released Without Ejaculation?

The method of birth control where the man pulls his penis out shortly before he ejaculates is called 'coitus interruptus.' ... read more »

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