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how can produce more sperm?

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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine 38 years experience
Sperm count…: Can be temporarily reduced by pressure from bicycle seat, tight briefs, exposure to extreme heat, emotional stress, insomnia, performance pressure, varicocele. Supplementing zinc, folic acid, vitamin c may be beneficial. Stop smoking or using drugs. See following site for good topic coverage: http://www.Babymed.Com/tips-improving-sperm-count.
Dr. Mark Perloe
Fertility Medicine 45 years experience
You can't: There is no certain way to improve sperm count. While environmental changes and nutritional supplements may offer some benefit, it is not likely the effect will be large enough to make a difference in your fertility. If there is a problem, be sure to see a fellowship trained fertility urologist. Most are not trained in infertility. Please check with a fertility center to know.
Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine 29 years experience
Absolutely agree. There is way too much misinformation circulating about this.
Mar 28, 2012

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