Male Fertility

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. ... read more »

Male Fertility and Infertility

Male infertility is the #1 reason for couples having difficulties getting pregnant. Learn about men's health and fertility here. ... read more »

Do Men Also Have Fertility Cycles?

Male versus female fertility cycles There is a ton of talk about female fertility cycles and what women can watch for to gauge the optimal time for conception based on that fertility cycle. A woman's fertility cycle revolves around her ovulation and usually extends between 21 and 35 days. ... read more »

Does Having One Testicle Affect Fertility?

Are men with one instead of two testicles less fertile? Men usually have two testicles and both testicles produce sperm. There are several instances where a man would have one instead of two functioning testicles: ... read more »

Can You Get Pregnant From Dried Sperm Semen or Precum?

Can you get pregnant from dried sperm? ... read more »

What is Sperm Agglutination?

Sperm agglutination refers to the percentage of sperm stuck together in the provided sample. ... read more »

Does Semen Volume Predict Male Fertility?

Should you be concerned that your semen or ejaculate volume is not enough? Many men are concerned that their ejaculate and semen volume is too small and that this means that they are less fertile or infertile. ... read more »

Male Fertility

Our quiz will help you improve your knowledge about male fertility ... read more »

How Long Does Sperm Survive?

Knowing just how long sperm lives is important whether you want to know how to get pregnant or avoid pregnancy. The answer changes depending on where the sperm is and the environment. ... read more »

Male Fertility: Can Masturbation Cause Low Sperm Count?

Find out how masturbation affects a man's sperm count and how it may affect fertility. ... read more »

Semen Analysis Sperm Count and Other Sperm Tests

The semen analysis is the most common test performed for male infertility and should always be a part of the male infertility workup. ... read more »

Anti-Sperm Antibodies

Anti-sperm antibodies are protein molecules made by the woman's or man's body that are attracted to a specific site on the sperm and interfere with the sperms’s activity. ... read more »

Effect of Pre-seed and Vaginal Lubricants on Sperm Motility

PreSeed does not cause a significant decrease in progressive sperm motility or chromatin integrity in contrast to other lubricants used by couples. ... read more »