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Why Do Men Need A Prenatal?

Did you know that 35-50% of infertility cases are caused by male sperm issues? Thankfully there are a lot of natural ways in which men can improve the health of their sperm with supplements.

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Let’s Discuss Male Menopause, Andropause

Male menopause (andropause) is something that some men might experience that affects their testosterone levels, libido, fertility, muscle strength and more.

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The Benefits and Side Effects of Inositol Powder on Pregnant Women

Inositol powder is a supplement often prescribed to help pregnant women reduce their risk of developing diabetes. It is shown to have minimal side effects. Learn more about inositol powder
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Testosterone 101 & How It Affects Fertility

The testosterone hormone affects libido, sperm production, and fertility. By taking supplements individuals can naturally boost testosterone and increase male fertility.
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7 PCOS Supplements, Vitamins, and Minerals to Help with Infertility

PCOS is a common diagnosis in women. With the right supplements, PCOS can be managed naturally and effectively resulting in increased fertility. Learn more here.

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Increase Sperm Count With these Vitamins & Supplements

 Low sperm count and low sperm motility account for around 90% of male infertility cases. Thankfully, these 8 supplements may improve your sperm count and function.
Endometriosis: Prevalence, Diagnosis and Adverse Implications

Endometriosis: Prevalence, Diagnosis and Adverse Implications

March is endometriosis awareness month. In this article, we are going to outline the prevalence, diagnosis and some of the adverse complications of living with endometriosis.
A Review on Male Infertility-Part 2

A Review on Male Infertility-Part 2

In this article, we are going to outline some behavioral and lifestyle modifications that can foster reproductive health benefit in men. 
A Review on Male Infertility- Part 1

A Review on Male Infertility- Part 1

The World Health Organization defines infertility as the inability to achieve pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse. 1 out of 6 Canadian couples experience infertility. 3 out of 10 times, men are the cause of infertility.

In this blog post we explore some of the risk factors that contribute to male infertility.