Testicular Cancer and Infertility – Know Your Risks

Testicular Cancer is the #1 most diagnosed cancer in men aged 15-34. Nearly 10,000 U.S. men will be diagnosed and 400 will die from TC this year.

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Keeping “Trak” of Your Sperm Count after Cancer Treatment

Men who have low sperm counts are at somewhat higher risk to develop cancer compared to men with a more normal amount of sperm.

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How Your FSA or HSA Can Help Save Money when Trying to Conceive

You may already know expenses related to the birth of a child are eligible for reimbursement with a flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA), However, what…

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3 Surprising Facts About How Smoking Weed Impacts Your Sperm

Does smoking weed lower your sperm count? We get this question, a lot. In short, possibly.

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Are you at risk?

Sperm count isn't set in stone. Small changes to your health and habits can make a major impact in your sperm count. Here are the five biggest risk factors that can drastically…

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3 Tips To Maximize Your Sperm Count This Summer

Several large-scale research studies show that sperm counts decline during the hot summer months and recover during the fall and winter.  Let’s explore how higher temperature and…

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Top 5 Tips for Boosting Sperm Count

For many men, small lifestyle changes can lead to a major boost in their sperm count. Managing your weight, avoiding not-so-sperm-friendly toxins, and being aware of heat exposure…

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Beef Up Your Diet to Beef Up Your Sperm

Getting in touch with his inner carnivore is great for his sperm. Beef is high in L-carnitine - an amino acid that protects sperm cells - and selenium.

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What Infections Cause Male Infertility?

A variety of treatments are available to men whose fertility has been adversely affected by infections. If an active infection is ongoing it should be diagnosed and treated with…

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How does soy impact male fertility?

Soy is often thought to be a healthy alternative to other foods. Since soy is a plant-based protein, many assume it's a healthier option. However, certain chemicals contained in…

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