Is Your Semen Healthy?

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If you are planning to start a family as a man, your first concern would be your reproductive health. If everything else is fine, there will be higher chances of impregnating your partner.

Sperm count and motility play an important role in the whole process. Also, the quality of your semen depends on your health too.

Also Read: Surprising Ways To Up Your Fertility Levels

So, here are some general ways to know whether a man's semen is healthy or not. Of course, you don't need to conclude about your sperm basing only on a few factors. Visiting a doctor can give you a better picture. Read on...


Fact #1

Average men have better chances of having healthy sperm compared to guys with masculine features like broad shoulders and squarish jaws.


Fact #2

Men who stay away from tight underwear are said to have healthy semen compared to men who wear suffocating inner wear that rise the temperatures in the privates.

Also Read: What Affects The Success Rate Of Conception


Fact #3

Men who don't use plastic food containers much are an advantage compared to those who use them in their daily lives.


Fact #4

Men who eat fish like salmon and tuna and other types of sea food are said to have healthy semen compared to men who eat meat.


Fact #5

Men who are physically active for more than an hour a day will have higher chances of having healthy semen compared to men who aren't physically active.


Fact #6

Men who have a flat stomach are at an advantage compared to men with belly fat.

Also Read: What To Eat During Pregnancy For Fair And Intelligent Baby


Fact #7

Most of us love a deep male voice but unfortunately, such men may not be so good with sperm count. The reason could be over usage of testosterone for such masculine features.

Also Read: Can The Shatavari Herb Actually Help Women Get Pregnant?

Read more about: sperm, pregnancy, men, body, weight, fat
Story first published: Monday, January 9, 2017, 17:51 [IST]
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