When we think about nutrition and its impact on fertility, we tend to think about the many recommendations that are given to women who want to conceive. But don’t think that you’re off the hook, gentlemen! Both men and women can suffer from diet related fertility issues, and both can increase their chances of conceiving simply by eating more of the right foods, and fewer unhealthy ones.
Each of these points can help you improve your fertility and health as you prepare to conceive. It’s particularly important to remember that these changes are best put into practice three months before trying to conceive. Since sperm production takes about three months, any changes you make today won’t show up in your semen for at least that long. So if you think you have work to do before you start a family, get started today – and don’t forget to visit a doctor and finalize a list of recommended actions for managing your preconception health!
We caught up with Sara Naab, from http://www.sandstonediagnostics.com/, the makers of Trak (a men’s reproductive health kit that allows couples to monitor and improve sperm quality from the comfort and privacy of home), to answer some of your most important frequently asked questions on male infertility. For the full interview, click here: https://www.storkotc.com/male-fertility-qa-with-sara-naab-from-sandstone-diagnostics/