The Right Men's Prenatal Can Help Improve Low Sperm Count

Ready to try for a baby, but concerned about low sperm count? You’re not alone. But there is good news. Proper nutrition is key for men who want to raise their sperm counts so they can raise healthy babies. 

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Maternal factors such as hormone imbalance or an inability for the womb to support the pregnancy only account for about half of recurrent miscarriages. It’s clear, then, that other unknown factors apart from maternal health play a significant role in miscarriage risk. This lack of understanding has lead researchers to investigate whether the quality of a father’s sperm may be involved.

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I am incredibly passionate about taking care of myself to make sure that I can show up for my family. I was a teenager when I lost my dad at 44. He died of a sudden heart attack. That’s my worst nightmare. I want to do everything that I can to take care of myself so that I can be here, and be at my best for my family.

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While it might seem like Dad’s biological job is done at conception, science shows us that a partner’s pregnancy and the birth of a child cause major biological changes for fathers, too.

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As researchers discover more about the science of fertility, it’s clear that the biological role of fathers extends beyond the (important!) moment of conception. Men’s prenatal health has a deep impact on the health of pregnant partners and developing babies.

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Diet has been suggested to have an influence on the quality and function of human sperm. More specifically, the results of a randomised trial have shown that including nuts as a component of a regular diet improved the quality and function of human sperm.

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