More than 40% of couples who are unable to have children are unable to do so because of problems with the man's sperm. The sperm count should be the #1 fertility test done when you evaluate your fertility. A sperm analysis is completed through masturbation; it is noninvasive and it guarantees the person getting tested an orgasm. What a great deal!

Guide To Infertility: Why Can't We Get Pregnant?

Your guide to infertility and problems getting pregnant, diagnosis, and treatment

Sperm Count Calculator

The babyMed sperm calculator will tell you if you have a sufficient sperm count as well as information on male fertility.

Try Drinking More Water To Produce More Sperm

Whether you’re trying to lose weight, get fit or conceive, the same advice applies – you have to drink more water. Semen is a fluid so there is inevitably a connection between semen and water intake, but just how much water should a man drink?

How to Collect a Semen Sample

Collecting a semen sample is a necessary and common method for men who are testing their fertility, and there are special precautions that can be taken to make it easier to do it correctly.

Boxers vs. Briefs and Sperm Count

Could boxers or briefs really make a difference in a man's fertility?

Male Fertility Testing: Sperm Analysis, Semen Analysis And Sperm Count

A sperm analysis or sperm count is necessary to evaluate the man's male fertility. Finding out about his fertility is the second most important thing to know when trying to get pregnant.

Essential Infertility Work-Up Checklist

Infertility is defined as the inability to get pregnant within a year (or 6 months for those 35 and over).

How To Increase Sperm Count

More than 40% of couples who are unable to have children are unable to do so because of problems with the man's sperm. Learn how to increase sperm count and factors that may contribute to a low sperm count.

What to Expect When Having a Semen Analysis

A semen analysis is one of the most basic ways to evaluate infertility in men. It gives the doctor information about your sperm count and quality, and how well the sperm cells are able to move.

Impact of a Man's Age on Fertility and Pregnancy

Trying to get pregnant can be a difficult task based on a variety of factors, but many do not consider that the age of the man may have something to do with it.

Male Infertility Testing With SpermCheck Fertility Test

Alarmingly, the average sperm count for adult males has decreased by 50% since 1938 and is currently declining at a rate of 2 percent each year, according to a study in the British Medical Journal.

What is Infertility?

Infertility is defined as someone who can not get pregnant within a 12 month time period.

UK Gets DIY Sperm Count Test

Men in the United Kingdom can now turn to their local pharmacy to test their sperm count. Boots UK, a pharmacy chain numbering almost 2,500 retail outlets, just started carrying a do-it-yourself sperm count test.

Viagra And Sperm Count

Does viagra affect sperm count? One study on the effects of viagra on sperm count says they have an answer.

Fertility Lab on a Chip Measures Sperm Health

Researchers at the University of Twente have developed a small chip to measure sperm health. The chip not only measures the number of sperm, but how motile the sperm are in the body.

Wi-Fi Laptops Could Be Frying Your Sperm

Men who usually rest their Wi-Fi laptops on their laps are much more vulnerable to reduced sperm motility and degeneration of the sperm DNA lowering the possibility of men to become fathers.

Preconception Health for Men

Many of the same changes women should make prior to conceiving aremirrored in suggestions for men. Taking a couple's approach topreconception health may make it easier to adopt lifestyle changes.

Impaired Fetal Growth, Exposure To Maternal Smoking And Lower Measures Of Sperm Quality

The quality of semen has declined in the past 20 years, according to studies that looked at falling sperm counts and evidence of reduced motility.

Fertility 101: Lesson 10 - It Is All About Testing

The 3 major tests for infertility are: Checking for Ovulation, Checking his spermcount (spermanalysis), Checking tubal patency (Hysterosalpingogra or Laparoscopy)

Antioxidants Affect Semen and Sperm Quality

Antixidants are good for sperm. The lower the antioxidant levels in the man's diet, the less potent their semen (or sperm) may be.

Overheated Car May Reduce Male Fertility

Heated car seats can decrease sperm counts.

Fertility 101: Lesson 05 - It Is All About The Sperm

Many people are surprised that in 50% of infertile couples both he and she have a problem. Dr. Amos highly recommends that you and your partner see a doctor as soon as you decide to start a family.

Overweight Men Are Less Fertile

Men with excess body weight are at increased risk of infertility.

Hide the Soymilk to Raise His Sperm Count

You and your partner have finally decided to have a baby. Though you might wish your little one would suddenly appear tomorrow, you still have a long road ahead of you.

Large Nuclear Vacuoles, Semen Quality and Male Infertility

Researchers from the Graduate School of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences for Research in Toyama, Japan recently published a study on the possible correlation between large nuclear vacuoles and male infertility.

How To Get Pregnant in 3 Months or less in 12 Steps

The BabyMed 12 step program explains how 2 get pregnant in 3 months or less.

Sauna While TTC

Can my husband use a sauna while we try to conceive (TTC)?

Fertility and Infertility Information and Preconception Tips

At BabyMed we provide fertility ovulation pregnancy conception tips and fertility information to women trying to get pregnant.

Tests Before Starting Clomiphene (Clomid)

Before starting Clomid you need to make sure there is no male infertility, no ovarian cysts, and that FSH and liver functions are normal.

How to Improve HIS Fertility in 12 Steps

His diet is very important when trying to get pregnant. Following these 12 steps will help you improve his fertility.

Semen Is More Than a Vehicle for Sperm It Induces Ovulation

There is reason to believe semen contains a secret ingredient that promotes ovulation so the female body knows it’s time to get pregnant.  

Causes of Fertility Problems

The three major causes of infertility are sperm problems, ovulation problems, and fallopian tube problems.

How to Find Out if You Are Fertile in 12 Steps

Finding out if you are fertile is important so if there is a problem it can be addressed as soon as possible. Here is a quick 12-Step program to assess your fertility.

Sperm Count, IUI, IVF and ICSI

Getting pregnant is a matter of probability. Sperm plays a huge factor in this probability. There are certain factors that can improve your your chances of conceiving "naturally" each month.

Time of the Day and TTC

Does it make a difference what time of the day we try to conceive (TTC)?

Abstinence Before TTC?

How long should we be abstinent before TTC in order to get a good sperm specimen?

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.

Semen Analysis Sperm Count - Normal Values

A sperm count, also known as a semen analysis, is a test of a man's ejaculate to check for problems that may contribute to infertility.

Spermanalysis and Abstinence

How long should we keep abstinence before we do the sperm analysis count test?

Male Fertility Infertility Tests - Sperm Count Sperm Semen Analysis

Finding out about his fertility is the second most important thing to test when trying to get pregnant.

Low Sperm Count - Causes

The main causes of male infertility are testicular damage, low sperm production, and poor sperm quality. However, there are many different disorders that can lead to sperm problems.

Infertility Work-Up and Testing

The essential infertility work-up and testing includes an assessment of his sperms, whether and when ovulation takes places, and if the fallopian tubes are open.

Most Virile Sperm Ejaculated First; May Improve IVF Outcome

A study finds that the most virile sperm are ejaculated first and the remainder of the ejaculated fluids may actually hinder fertilization.

Semen Analysis - Sperm Count

Everything you need to know about sperm count and semen analysis.

Male Infertility Evaluation

The first test in the evaluation of the infertile male is the semen analysis which is also known as sperm count.

Hot tub and TTC

Going into a hot tube while TTC

Cervical Stenosis and TTC

Can cervical stenosis prevent me from getting pregnant?

Semen Quality Affects Male Lifespan

Just one study connecting male infertility and life expectancy has been conducted in the United States, making it only one of three ever conducted anywhere in the world.

Male Infertility Treatment

Male infertility afflicts about 50% of all infertile couples. Studies show that there is a male sperm problem in about 50% of infertile couples, about 1/2 of these cases problem is found in man alone.

Masturbation

Can my husband masturbate while we TTC?

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