Guys should do this if trying to get pregnant

March 27, 2018

 

 

Improve Your Semen Quality With Vitamins and Anti-Oxidants!

 

For the most part, relax, enjoy, have sex when you want to. If you haven't gotten pregnant in 3-6 months, then something may be amiss and you both may want to consult the gyno.

 

Some preparation is necessary! Make sure you are in good health. Make sure you don't have an STD, nor a urinary tract infection, or any other simple reason that would hamper your chances of getting pregnant.

 

Gals know to start taking those prenatal vitamins.  But Guys: don’t forget your vitamins and your anti-oxidants when you are both trying to get pregnant, Gals: Don’t forget his vitamins when you are trying to get pregnant!

 

Micronutrients may be as important as vitamins. In an issue in Aug 2009 issue of Fertility and Sterility research from Medellin, Columbia and Cleveland, Ohio reports that increasing antioxidant intake in men can improve the quality of their spermatozoa. We may be able to explain this just by the micronutrient selenium. It has been shown in rats that selenium is essential for the normal levels of testosterone and thus it was reported in the Journal of Reproductive Fertility in 1996 that selenium also helps to have normal spermatozoa.

 

Guys you should be prepared to help face a miscarriage, and it's not always an issue with the egg, it can be an issue with the sperm as well Miscarriages are extremely common in pregnancy, with about 20% of all pregnancies ending in early losses. Often the losses are due to blighted ovums that may be due to the egg or the sperm being abnormal. In turn the couples who had previously had recurrent embryo losses (miscarriages, recurrent defined as 3 or more) were more likely to have a successful pregnancy after the male partners were treated with anti-oxidants. These antioxidants were either multivitamins or vitamins C, E, plus zinc and b-carotene. We recommend getting these nutrients from reliable sources. Go to Natural Partners with code 2173563736 for a discount. 

 

Although we have to remember that the actual list of causes of miscarriages is quite long, genetic causes account for over half of all miscarriages, and you should see your gyno to make sure of other treatable conditions, here is another, relatively simple, and completely healthy, way to up those chances of not having a miscarriage!

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