Spermbanking May Now be Covered by Insurance in NY

There are many circumstances in which a man may want to preserve his fertility. For example, many cancer patients must undergo chemo therapy or other treatments that can affect their ability to produce sperm. A single man in his mid-30’s, who isn’t ready to have children yet, may want to ensure he has viable sperm …

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For Men, Exercise is Key to Increasing Fertility

A comprehensive randomized control study that came out earlier this year suggests that engaging in moderate aerobic exercise can significantly increase male fertility rates in previously infertile men.  The study was conducted over a 24-week intervention period, with both exercise and non-exercise groups being physically similar in terms of body composition, semen quality, markers of …

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