Articles in Category: Men's Reproductive Health

Top 10 Fertility Enhancing Diet Changes For Dads-To-Be

on Wednesday, 16 November 2011. Posted in Men's Reproductive Health, Men's Health Written By: pawan

Boost your chances with these top fertility foods!

Top 10 Fertility Enhancing Diet Changes For Dads-To-Be

Thinking of having a baby? Try these fertility enhancing diet alterations for men and improve the chances of conception.

The most important thing directly affecting your ability to father a child is your diet. Men aiming at fatherhood need a quick diet check to identify poor eating habits if any. For, faulty eating habits affect sperm quality and decrease the chances of conception.

While many may not realize, yet, men visiting infertility clinics for treatment, largely have improper and imbalanced eating habits to blame. Therefore, men need to know what foods to eat and dietary habits to follow in order to enhance their chances to have a baby.

Here are the Top Ten dietary facts that ‘would-be-dads’ need to keep in mind:

10 Most Common Condom Mistakes Men Make

on Thursday, 05 April 2012. Posted in Men's Reproductive Health, Men's Health Written By: Shruti Gaddam

Although a lot of people use condoms, a majority of them are unaware of right usage practice.

10 Most Common Condom Mistakes Men Make

Condom is an accepted and approved ***safe sex*** practice. However, the safety and effectiveness of condom depends on how you use it. Although a lot of men use condoms, they do not use them in the right manner, thus defeating the very purpose of wearing one during intercourse.

Increase Your Sperm Count With Exercise

on Wednesday, 01 February 2012. Posted in Men's Reproductive Health, Men's Health Written By: superadmin

Bothered about low sperm count? Regular exercise is the solution

Increase Your Sperm Count With Exercise

Exercise offers comprehensive benefits for the body, mind and soul. When you workout, your general health improves, as a result of which various fitness problems are solved. Problems such as low sperm count can also be effectively remedied with regular workout. However, there are certain things that you need to know before you embark on a fitness regime to increase sperm count. Read on for certain truths, tips and remedies.

Factors that cause a reduction in sperm count

Despite advancements in medical science, the reasons for low sperm count are not precisely known. Some of the known factors are severe stress and trauma, inherent illness, birth defects and heavy use of narcotics such as drugs, tobacco and alcohol. Obesity is another major factor that can affect fertility in a man. More obese a person, higher is the likelihood of reduced sperms. In this case, due to increased fat and toxicity in the body, sperm health is affected as well. Most of these factors restrict optimal flow of blood to the testicles, which results in low ***sperm count***.

Know More About Condoms

on Tuesday, 08 November 2011. Posted in Men's Reproductive Health, Men's Health Written By: superadmin

Know more about the most popular safe sex alternative

Know More About Condoms

Condoms help in having safe sex and their use is largely advocated to prevent pregnancies and STDs. Therefore, complete knowledge about them is a must. Read on to know more about condoms.

By far condoms and vasectomy are the only two known methods of contraception for men. While vasectomy is a contraceptive procedure performed on men; condoms are externally wearable means of contraception, which can be used and thrown on need basis.

Male condoms are made of a thin sheath of polyurethane, latex rubber or polysioprene (non  latex natural rubber). They are available over the counter and are worn over the male sex organ before intercourse. Condoms work by collecting the human semen and thereby, preventing sperm from coming in contact with a female egg inside the vagina. They also prevent bacteria from Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), to come in contact with the partner’s skin and spread infection.