Fertility Expert: The Crisis Is Now Alarming

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If it weren’t concerning enough to learn that sperm counts have been reduced by 50% over the last four decades, and that, every 8 months, men produce a new genetic defect that passes on to their children, a recent warning from Christopher Barratt, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at the University of Dundee in Scotland, ought to sound the alarm bells loud and clear about the crisis in male fertility.

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Fertility Preservation in the Transgender Community

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It takes a mere 6 months of frequent exercise for men to notice an improvement in their sperm when exercising. How frequent? Anywhere from three to five times per week, said researchers, adding that the men in their study who exercised regularly and moderately boosted sperm qualities in better ways than men who engaged in trendy interval-training regimens like HIIT.

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