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Content Tagged: male fertility

Triplets born after vasectomy reversal

Chad Doss had a vasectomy after having his children with his first wife. However, the marriage ended and when he met his second wife, Amanda, he realized that he wanted to have a baby with her to fulfill her dream of becoming a mother. Chad consulted his urologist, Dr. Samuel Thompson, who said that having […]

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I’m planning on trying to conceive in the next 6 months. What sort of food should I be eating or supplements should I be taking to make sure my body is at its healthiest when I try to get pregnant?

Written by guest expert, Dr. Alana Shaw, naturopathic doctor at Grace Fertility Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia. Learn more about Dr. Shaw here. Most of us are familiar with the basics don’ts if you are trying to get pregnant – don’t smoke, don’t do drugs and reduce your alcohol intake – but less is commonly known […]

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Tis the season: Drinking wine may create stronger sperm

A recent study published in Systems Biology in Reproductive Medicine suggests that there may be good reason for men to indulge in a glass or two of wine this holiday season. Contrary to the findings of previous studies, the researchers from the Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine in Lodz, Poland found that men who drank […]

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Eating brussels sprouts may improve fertility for men and women

New research suggests that there may be good reason to eat your brussels sprouts: whether you are a man or a woman, if you are trying to get pregnant, brussels sprouts could help boost your fertility. You may be surprised to know that more babies are conceived in December than any other month of the […]

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