Trak Live Ep 5 - Dr. Natan Bar-Chama, MD - "You owe it to your partner"

Fertility expert Dr. Natan Bar-Chama

In this episode, Trak CoFounder Greg Sommer and urologist Dr. Natan Bar-Chama (RMA of New York, Mount Sinai School of Medicine) discuss the importance of male fertility testing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for fertility outcomes.

Topics include:

  • Why men should get tested early
  • How low sperm count can indicate larger health conditions such as testicular cancer
  • What men can expect when they visit a fertility clinic or urologist
  • How diet, exercise, and general healthy living is important for health and fertility
  • What is driving the global decline in sperm count
  • Why starting your family is a great time to live a little healthier and take care of yourself first.

"Sperm count is an accurate predictor of fertility, something that changes over time whether one is improving their health or one's health is declining, and is the most important parameter when establishing one's fertility." - Dr. Natan Bar-Chama, MD





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