TIPS FOR IMPROVING SPERM QUALITY

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Infertility Evaluation Parker, CO Infertility affects thousands of couples in the United States. Fortunately, you have numerous options available to improve your chances of getting pregnant. Low sperm count or unhealthy sperm are common problems for men who want to have children. Here are some tips for improving the quality of your sperm.

HOW SPERM QUALITY IS DETERMINED

The most recognized measurement of healthy sperm is the number of sperm found in a given sample. Sperm quality is determined based on three factors:

HOW TO IMPROVE SPERM HEALTH

The shape of your sperm is not as important as the quantity and movement. If you have poor quality sperm, a physician may recommend lab tests to diagnose any conditions that affect your sperm. Lifestyle changes are another great way to improve sperm health.

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