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Male Fertility Resources

Male Fertility Resources

Male Fertility ResourcesFertility issues can arise at any time in a person’s life. While most people tend to think infertility is a woman’s problem, men are just as likely to have reproductive health issues that not only impact his ability to get his partner pregnant, but his quality of life.

No matter how you came across this article, you are here because you want to know more about male fertility! You have come to a great resource of information on causes of male fertility issues, natural treatment options, and the research that ties it altogether…

Causes of Male Fertility Issues and Infertility

Male Infertility: Everything You Need to Know…
Get to know the male reproductive system and learn what to consider when facing male infertility.

Causes of Male Infertility
Learn what you need to know about the causes of male infertility, how to naturally support male fertility health, and when to see a doctor.

Natural Treatment Options for Varicocele – A Leading Cause of Male Infertility
It is estimated that up to 40% of infertile men have a varicose vein of the testicles known as varicocele. Complimentary natural treatment options are available.

Azoospermia – Options for Treatment
Azoospermia is when there is an undetectable amount of sperm in a man’s semen. Learn what, if anything natural can be done to help with this medical condition.

3 of the Most Common Fertility Issues Men Experience
Natural ways to address 3 of the most common fertility issues men experience in their lifetime and how to address them.

Low Testosterone in Men
What all men should know about low testosterone levels. From symptoms, causes, the impact to fertility, to options for achieving hormonal balance once again.

Improving Male Fertility – Naturally

Increasing Low Sperm Count and Improving Male Fertility
Low sperm count and infertility in men is more prevalent than most couples think. There is an equal chance that male factor infertility can be the cause of not getting pregnant as much as a fertility issue being with the woman. This is our complete guide to improving sperm count, health and male fertility to help you get your fertility in tip top shape.

The Male Fertility Diet
Learn how to eat for optimal male fertility and why improving nutrition through specific dietary changes has been shown to play a key role in male reproductive health.

Men, Should You Also Prepare for Conception? …Fertility Cleansing for Men
Toxins, pesticides, and pollutants in our environment are having an effect on both women’s and men’s fertility. When a couple is preparing for fertility, it is a good idea for both to cleanse the body of toxins, chemicals, and excess hormones.

Top 5 Herbs For The Male Reproductive System
There are a handful of herbs that have been shown to be excellent support for the male reproductive system. These herbs support sperm health and count, improved libido, and sexual dysfunction.

The Importance of L-Carnitine to Sperm Health
How supplementing with L-Carnitine can improve sperm health and motility while also enhancing libido.

Healthy Herbs for Male Fertility
Numerous herbs support male reproductive health for healthy conception, without the side effects of hormone treatments or the discomfort of medical procedures.

5 Ways Men Can Boost Their Fertility in Preparation for Conception
5 important ways men can boost their fertility in preparation for conception. Why conception preparation is just as important for men as it is for women.

American Ginseng: Male Fertility Tonic
American ginseng has been shown to be a great tonic for men’s fertility. May benefit erectile dysfunction, low sex drive, immune and stress fertility issues.


Study: Wi-Fi Laptop Computers Decrease Sperm Motility, Increase Sperm DNA Fragmentation
A recent study showed that Wi-Fi connected laptop computers decrease sperm motility, while increasing sperm DNA fragmentation. This new study shows that laptop computers connected to the internet through Wi-Fi, damaged sperm through a nonthermal effect.

Heavy Cell Phone Use Damages Sperm: Increases Risk of Infertility
Cell phones have been proven to cause infertility issues in men, making it harder for couples to get pregnant.

Men who consume pesticides are 10 times as likely to have low-quality sperm
Men who consume pesticides are more likely to struggle with infertility issues. Learn natural fertility treatments to help you improve the chance of getting your partner pregnant.

Study Shows Popular Erectile Dysfunction Drug May Lower Male Fertility
Learn about the impact of using the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra on fertility in reproductive-aged men. Why this medical treatment option may not be the best way to go.

Studies Link Lifestyle Factors To Male Infertility
Several studies have shown that there is a direct link between male infertility, lifestyle factors, and poor sperm health.

New Study Shows Diet & Lifestyle Habits Greatly Impact Sperm Health
This study shows that what a man drinks and eats, as well as certain lifestyle habits, affect the couple’s ability to conceive, implantation success, and pregnancy rate.

What Could Reduce Men’s Fertility by 30%?
What could impact your male partner’s fertility? Answers from a natural fertility expert to help you get pregnant.

The Effects of Alcohol on Fertility
The effects of alcohol on fertility are greater than you may think. Even moderate alcohol consumption may lower fertility.

Studies Show Astaxanthin May Improve Sperm Health & Fertilization Rates
Good news for men with male factor infertility – studies show that the powerful antioxidant Astaxanthin can help improve sperm health, namely sperm motility.

Goji Antioxidants Shown Helpful for Male Infertility
Goji contains antioxidants shown helpful for male infertility by protecting DNA, increasing sperm health, sperm count and motility.

Maca study reveals increase in sperm production and libido
A study has shown that the natural supplement Maca can increase sperm production in men by 40%.

Sperm: 10 Interesting Facts Everyone Should Know
There are many interesting facts about sperm that can make a person recognize how important they are to creating a healthy child. Learn something new today!

Phthalates Linked to Male-Factor Infertility
Phthalates, which are plasticizers found in many products we use today have been linked to male-factor infertility by disrupting hormonal balance.

Male Fertility Q&A

Male Fertility Q&A: Do Men Need Folic Acid?
We all know that folic acid supplementation is suggested for women who are trying to conceive, but should men take it too? Why folic acid is so important for men.

Male Fertility Q&A: Fertility Health Implications of Spermatorrhea
Do “wet dreams” mean I will have infertility later in life? Can masturbation cause fertility health problems? How these men’s health concerns affect fertility…

IVF Preparation – Yes, Men Should Prepare Also!

The Men’s Guide to Preparing for IVF
Did you know that it can be just as important for a man to prepare for IVF as it is for a woman? Whether you have low sperm count and/or health, or not does not matter; it is still extremely beneficial for a man to prepare in advance of IVF.

We are here to help!

Should you have any questions or need help along the way, please contact us! We even offer natural fertility consultations for men! Your health matters; if you are struggling with male fertility issues, we are here for you.

Dr. Christine Traxler M.D., OB/GYN
Dr. Christine Traxler M.D., OB/GYN

Dr. Traxler is a University-trained obstetrician/gynecologist, working with patients in Minnesota for over 20 years. She is a professional medical writer; having authored multiple books on pregnancy and childbirth; textbooks and coursework for medical students and other healthcare providers; and has written over 1000 articles on medical, health, and wellness topics.  Dr. Traxler attended the University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences and University of Minnesota Medical School,  earning a degree in biochemistry with summa cum laude honors in 1981,  and receiving her Medical Doctorate degree (MD) in 1986.

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