Online Male Fertility Resources

The world of male fertility just got a little less complicated. BUYNOW_SCF-WebButton-R1With the launch of SpermCheck® Fertility, a home sperm test for men, couples who experience trouble conceiving can know with 98% accuracy if the problem is his sperm. Fertility tests can be expensive and invasive, but not knowing whether the male sperm counts are high enough for conception can be even more concerning.

Below are the most recent postings from SpermCheck regarding male fertility education and conception for both him and her.


Fertility and Men Making Babies Over 50

March 20, 2017

It seems like every year a celebrity Baby Boomer is fathering a child. While most men will continue to produce sperm into their 50's, fathering a child later in life is no slam dunk and can come with certain risks.  Continue Reading »


Low Sperm Count? ICSI May Be Your Best Option for Getting Pregnant

January 12, 2017

When oligospermia isn’t easy to treat, couples can consider an intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), which is a specialized type of in vitro fertilization (IVF).  Continue Reading »


Why Men Think Infertility is a Kick in The Pants

December 12, 2016

Fertility issues affect men and women equally, but how each sex responds is quite different. Infertility is a tough pill to swallow for guys, and much of it is because of the male ego.  Continue Reading »


Beer Cans and Toxins: How the Environment Affects Male Fertility

November 28, 2016

If you and your partner are struggling to conceive you might want to examine your work environment, and your beer can. You know that the places we work and the materials we surround ourselves impact our health, but did you also know they can have an effect on male fertility? Commonly considered a women’s issue,  Continue Reading »


How Physical Therapy Can Increase Fertility

October 20, 2016

A recent study found that a special type of physical therapy, the Clear Passage Approach (CPA), helps women dealing with certain infertility issues increase their chances of getting pregnant.  Continue Reading »