Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a popular first line fertility treatment option for couples who struggle to conceive on their own. It is particularly effective for couples who have difficulty with ovulation, cervical issues, low sperm count, sexual dysfunction, unexplained infertility or mild endometriosis.
Wait, sperm count can change? Yes. Sperm count changes over the course of days, weeks, months and years in response to changes in your habits, health and even the weather. This article reviews some of the most common techniques and treatments used to boost sperm count, and how long it can take to see results.
IVF vs ICSI, which is better? Couples faced with male infertility are often given many options for fertility treatment. Learn what's best.
Clomid, generically known as clomiphene citrate, is often a first line drug to help induce ovulation in women. It is also commonly prescribed to men to treat infertility and low T. This article summarizes what Clomid is, how it works and when it is most likely to be effective as a fertility treatment for men.
Is icing your balls a way to hack your fertility? We reviewed the research and are encouraged that it could help some men make dramatic improvements in semen quality. We've also written up some best practices to make cooling as effective as possible.
A visit to the fertility clinic does not have to be a daunting experience. Here's a brief overview about what to expect if you decide to visit a specialist.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is incredibly powerful for relieving symptoms of low T, but it has a well known side effect of shutting down sperm production. Luckily, there are a number of alternative medications that have been shown to be effective at boosting T levels while maintaining and in some cases even boosting sperm counts.
A lot of men have asked if masturbation lowers sperm count or fertility. Learn how frequent masturbation can impact a man's chances of conception.
Vasectomy reversal might not be as daunting as you might think. In this quick video interview, Dr. Seaman gave us a great run down of what you can expect during the recovery period following a vasectomy reversal.
An interview with Dr. Eric Seaman about the side effects of Clomid -- the good and the bad. Learn more about how this drug impacts your fertility and overall health.
Dr. Eric Seaman of the Urology Group of New Jersey discusses the three types of men that get vasectomy reversals.
Cryopreservation, aka freezing your sperm, gives men the opportunity to become biological fathers in times that their fertility is in jeopardy. Learn the science behind sperm freezing and things to think about when freezing your sperm.
Acupuncture treatments have proven to be effective in treating male infertility. Studies have shown to statistically significant increases in motility and normal sperm in infertile men.