Posted on June 17th, 2019by RMANY

How to Boost Male Fertility With Health and Nutrition

The health of your male partner, and, therefore, their sperm can significantly impact the health of a pregnancy. From the best ways to get your body (and your sperm) in optimal shape to common myths about male infertility, Dr. Lucky Sekhon and other reproductive endocrinologists explain what men need to know about their preconception health. For example, Dr. Sekhon advises that “at least 30 minutes a day [of exercise] on most days is going to directly benefit sperm production and overall reproductive health."

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