What can my husband do to increase his sperm count?

The good news is that there

The good news is that there are a number of things your partner can do to boost his sperm count - many of them simple lifestyle changes:

keep the sperm cool
*no more hot tubs
*make the switch to boxers - no more briefs
*keep the laptap out of his lap.
*postpone long gistance bike rides for a while
*moderate exercise
*no alcohol or drugs
*vitamin supplements - especially zinc with folic acid
In one study, men with fertility problems who took 5 mg of folic acid a day and 66 mg of zinc sulfate a day for 26 weeks had a 74% increase in total normal sperm count and a minor (4%) increase in abnormal sperm count.


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