Air pollution, Water pollution, Soil pollution, Food chain pollution; Every day, almost wherever we go, and in almost everything we do, we are in contact with substances, such as petrochemicals, herbicides, fungicides, pesticides, soluble plastics, preservatives, and manufactured chemicals. Many of them are highly toxic by themselves, some in combination with others substances. Virtually all…

 

http://www.ivi-fertility.com/en/patients/assisted-reproduction-techniques/sperm-donation/ The selection of semen donors is controlled by law and includes men over the age of 18 who have a good state of physical and mental health, who test negative for infectious diseases, have a normal karyotype and do not have a family history of serious hereditary diseases. The sperm donation process is anonymous…

 
 

http://www.dailyrx.com/semen-quality-was-poor-men-high-blood-pressure-heart-disease-and-other-health-problems A new study found that men with defects in their semen were more likely to have high blood pressure or heart disease than men with healthy semen. Source: Getting Healthy May Improve Men’s Fertility

 
 

Increased sperm count is important in all aspects of life; it emits strong sexual presence for a man and is also very useful when you and your wife are trying to get pregnant. Read on to find out some of the best ways on how to increase sperm count and get the desired results fast….

 

Research has revealed that 90% of male infertility problems are caused by the failure to produce enough sperm. Luckily, many men can remedy this upsetting issue just by changing their diet. Check out the 10 wonder foods that have been scientifically proven to increase sperm count and combat male infertility. Source: Top 10 Food That…

 

Question: My husband and I are both in our early 30's and have been trying for a baby for 18 months. We have both been checked out and the only problem is that, although my husband has a high number of sperm, just six per cent were classed as healthy. He does not smoke or…