Post Tagged with: "sperm motility"
The “motility” of sperm refers to the ability of the sperm to “swim” its way from the cervix to the uterus to fertilize the egg. The “morphology” of the sperm refers to its mature formation, including both head, containing the DNA, and tail, allowing for movement. Improving sperm motility and morphology is something that can [...]
There are several types of testicular trauma, and most of them are on the long term harmless. However, there are few that can have potentially dangerous consequences. Testicles do not have the protection of muscles and bones as most of our other organs do – testicles are located within the scrotum, which hangs outside of [...]
Most often we link chemotherapy and chemotherapy medications with cancer treatment. Chemotherapy is relatively invasive treatment with potential consequences because there is a possibility that chemotherapy medications could cause infertility. This of course depends on the extent to which a man’s fertility is affected on the type of chemotherapy drug used, the dose, duration of [...]
Have you ever wondered how much damage pesticides, solvents and other chemicals have on our health? They are practically present in our everyday lives: while we eat – pesticides are found in absolutely every vegetable, fruit, grain and meat, while we clean: chemicals in cleaning products etc. Science claims people are generally exposed to low [...]
Often sperm health was associated with having hot tubs, visiting saunas, cycling, working with computer in your lap.. there is a reason why: heat. In humans and other mammals sperm production is in close connection with temperature in the testicles: when the testicles are approximately 2-4 oC below body temperature this is the time the [...]