low sperm count

There are many causes that can reduce the number of active sperms (watery sperms). Stress, overheated testicles, drug, alcohol, and tobacco abuse may reduce the number of sperm by as much as half while affecting the sperm’s mobility and health. Even a man’s diet can affect his sperm. Men believe low sperm count is the result of over-exposure to environmental toxins. While highly toxic substances can lower a man’s sperm count, the problem actually stems from natural, treatable deficiencies. 
 
Proper diet, exercise, and natural herbs from Walking Sperm Bank - Natural Ways To Increase Male Fertility & Semen Volume, can all help increase sperm count and produce, healthier, stronger sperm. 

Male Infertility - Caused by Testicular Injury

The testicles are extremely sensitive organs.  A minor strike to them can produce excruciating pain. More importantly to note, injuries can jeopardize the health and... more

Male Infertility - Caused by Low Sperm Count

In the last couple of decades, a rise of male infertility has been reported. Why? Sperm counts and levels of viable healthy sperm have become significantly lower in men. Many... more

Watery Semen and Low Sperm Count- Caused by Over Masturbation

Dozens of males email the Herballove editorial team with questions about their sperm-related problems. Some notice discoloration; others, funny smells. Whether it’s the smell or... more

Environmental Toxins Linked to Low Sperm Count

Reports of male infertility have been on the uptick for the last several decades. Doctors know infertility in men is caused by low sperm count. But men may be struggling to achieve healthy sperm for several reasons.
 
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Lowered Sperm Count Caused by Bicycling: Feeling the Negative Impacts of Riding

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He suffered prostate health problems as little as six weeks ago. An herbal supplement have helped him overcome those, and now he’s wondering how many times he can safely ejaculate... more

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