There’s a common misconception that fertility is a woman’s issue, but the fact is men are as crucial to conception as they are to the inability to conceive. According to statistics from the Government of Canada, three out of 10 cases of infertility are due to problems deriving from the man, while most fertility doctors say that up to one-third of their practice is exclusively made up of men experiencing fertility issues. (more…)
From Bruce Willis to The Rock, bald men in Hollywood are regularly cast as dominant characters in action films. (more…)
Unless you’re actively trying to get pregnant, there’s a good chance you know more about what it takes to prevent pregnancy than to conceive. Whether you’re ready for a baby or think you might like to have one someday, health-care professionals say it’s time to learn. As Dr. Sharon Vorona, physician and medical director of Figure 1 — an app that lets health-care providers share photos and info related to their cases with each other for discussion — tells Cosmopolitan.com, “If you know that it’s something that you want in your life, then it’s good to have an understanding of the science behind ovulation and the factors that affect fertility.” Ahead, ten things that you should know about fertility and trying to conceive, or TTC, right now.
Chimpanzees have them. Raccoons have them. Walruses have two-foot-long specimens. So why don’t human men have penis bones? (more…)
A small study of men who were conceived in the 1990s using a now common fertility treatment suggests that they are themselves less fertile. (more…)
In the UK, men are far more likely than women to die young – 40 per cent of males die before the age of 75 compared with 26 per cent of females. Indeed, one man in five doesn’t make retirement, dying before he is 65. (more…)
When it comes to male fertility, size doesn’t matter, but length does. (more…)
Starting a family can be a stressful process, and there are things that can affect your plans that you may not have considered. (more…)
It is known that taking sauna baths and wearing tight underwear are one of the common risk factors that lead to low sperm count and infertility. However, what many people do not know is that even your profession might land you in trouble and make you infertile! Click on the next slide to know more about it! (more…)
Many men don’t know about risk factors that can lead to infertility, a new study reveals.
In a survey, Canadian men could identify only about half of the activities and medical conditions that can harm their sperm count and reduce fertility. (more…)