Medications and Hormones That Affect Fertility

Medications and hormones can impact your fertility. There are many factors that can determine whether or not someone has a problem with infertility. Your environment plays a role, as does your lifestyle. There are also factors you can’t necessarily control, such as whether or not you had an undescended testicle at birth. Medications and hormones

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Causes of Male Infertility

There are several factors that can cause male infertility, and sometimes it’s not a single cause. If you suspect you have a problem with male infertility, schedule an appointment to see your urologist. He or she will perform an exam and run some tests so you can begin to figure out what the cause of

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What to Expect at Your Doctor Visit for Male Infertility

Visiting your urologist for male infertility isn’t anything to be embarrassed about. Urologists are trained to help you identify the cause of your inability to conceive with your partner. While there are several factors that influence male infertility, it’s crucial to visit your urologist to determine if you are infertile and what the treatments are.

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Possible Treatments for Male Infertility

While successful conception is based on the health of both the male and female’s reproductive systems, there are times when one is more likely to influence conception than the other. Depending on what your diagnosis is—low sperm count, varicocele, hormone problems—you may need treatment for your infertility. What are some of the possible treatments for

Male Infertility

How do you know if you have a problem with fertility? Infertility is defined as having a year or more of timed intercourse during your partner’s ovulation and still not being able to conceive. While both the man and woman’s reproductive health should be evaluated for problems, it’s likely to be a combination of both

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Thank You to Your Pharmacist

Pharmacists are amazing professionals who have extensive knowledge of medications, how to take them, and dosing, and they even help in the research of new medicines. It’s likely you see your pharmacist while picking up a prescription but don’t give him or her much thought. Your pharmacist is an incredible resource when to it comes

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Male Infertility in Charlotte

If you’re a man who struggles with infertility, you’re not alone. Infertility affects several million couples in the United States every year. You may be evaluated for problems with infertility if you’ve been trying to conceive with your partner for at least a year without protection and with timed intercourse during your partner’s ovulation period.

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12 Things Your Urologist Treats

What exactly does a urologist treat? A urologist is a specialist who treats diseases or disorders of the male and female urinary tract as well as the male reproductive system. The organs included in this field are the kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, bladder, and urethra, as well as the male testes, prostate and penis. Here is a general idea of the types of diseases and disorders that a urologist treats:

4 Ways to Increase Sperm Count

You don’t have to be trying to conceive a child to want to increase your sperm count. High sperm count is a sign that your hormones are normal and your body is healthy. Increasing your sperm count is easier than you think and involves natural methods. How can you increase your sperm count? Eat Healthy

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5 Causes of a Low Sperm Count

Having a low sperm count doesn’t just impact your choice to have children. It can also be linked to certain illnesses such as testicular or prostate cancer. Keeping your sperm count healthy—meaning having at least fifteen million sperm in a milliliter of semen—is important for keeping healthy and ensuring that you’ll be ready when or if you decide to have children. What are the causes of low sperm count?