Is Your Sperm Count Good Enough? The Expert Has An Answer
- Published on July 04, 2022
- Updated on July 04, 2022
About one-third of the patients have male infertility. About 30-35% of every 100 cases may involve male infertility. Nobody gives it a thought that males could also be the reason why a couple is not able to conceive. Dr. Souren Bhattacharjee, Consultant Birla Fertility & IVF, interacts with Times Now Digital to get answers about the cause of low sperm production, aberrant sperm production, or a low mortality rate, which is causing male infertility as a quality factor.
Dr. Souren Bhattacharjee went on to share some tips to boost fertility.
1- Quit smoking and alcohol use
2- Try to lower stress levels
3- Maintain healthy body weight
4- Exercise on a regular basis
5- Eat a balanced diet
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