Caffeine May Be Linked to Male Infertility but the Conception Kit® Can Help

Excessive caffeine consumption may be linked to male infertility issues such as lowered sperm count and lowered sperm motility, but healthy diet habits and a prescription fertility treatment can help reduce these effects. Are you one of the people who can hardly get out of bed without a morning cup of coffee? Or perhaps the kind who battles through the mid-afternoon slump with a cup of joe in hand. For many Americans, coffee is the drink of choice for giving that extra boost of alertness whenever it is needed. However, if you have been trying to have a baby, your doctor may have recommended that you reduce your caffeine intake. This goes for men and women. In fact, excessive consumption of caffeine has been associated with adverse effects on sperm. Improve Healthy by Avoiding Caffeine There is no concrete proof yet of what exact amount of caffeine is bad for fertility, but experts agree that drinking large amounts of coffee, soda, or energy drinks can have a negative effect on sperm quantity, quality, and motility.   In fact, a study in the April 2010 issue of American Journal of Epidemiology linked lowered sperm concentration to a high intake of caffeinated soda [...]

By | 2017-01-01T11:23:38+00:00 June 17th, 2016|Conception Kit|Comments Off on Caffeine May Be Linked to Male Infertility but the Conception Kit® Can Help

Danish Study Suggests Possible Link between Sunscreen and Reduced Sperm Motility

Recent study shared at the Endocrine Society meeting in Boston reveals a possible connection between common sunscreen ingredients and male infertility. Results from a recent Danish study were shared at the 98th annual meeting of the Endocrine Society in Boston that found 45% of common sunscreen chemicals had a negative effect on human sperm cells. According to the study, 13 out of 29 UV filters used in sunscreens throughout the United States and Europe were tested and found to reduce sperm motility in a laboratory setting. The results of the study have not yet been peer-reviewed and further research is necessary to explore possible connections between the chemicals and decreased sperm motility, but there was evidence to suggest a correlation. The research was focused on chemicals that are known as UV absorbers which are contained in some kinds of sunscreen. These ingredients absorb harmful UV rays so they do not penetrate the skin, but the chemicals themselves can then be absorbed into the skin, which may be affect the sperm cells’ ability to swim properly.   Researchers acknowledge that more evidence is needed to confirm the link, but feel it is important for regulatory agencies to take a closer look at [...]

By | 2017-01-01T11:23:48+00:00 May 23rd, 2016|Conception Kit|Comments Off on Danish Study Suggests Possible Link between Sunscreen and Reduced Sperm Motility

Treat Male Infertility Early with the Conception Kit® at-home system

Couples can address male infertility issues privately with the Conception Kit® at-home system. There are many couples who struggle with infertility. Even though infertility affects millions of people nationwide, it usually comes as an unexpected challenge. In general, men and women have equal chances of dealing with infertility issues, but for some reason infertility is often considered a woman’s condition. Consequently, men who face infertility may be unsure of where to turn for help and information. Thankfully, there is a vast network of resources available online from programs such as the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Additionally, men are encouraged to speak with their medical provider about any questions or concerns they may have about infertility and to learn about available early treatments such as the Conception Kit® at-home system. This innovative prescription treatment addresses common male infertility factors such as low sperm count and low sperm motility to help couples successfully conceive. What Causes Male Infertility? There are many common causes for male infertility including low sperm count, low sperm motility, unhealthy lifestyle habits such as smoking or excessive drinking, dangerous environmental toxins, and many different health conditions including diabetes, cystic [...]

By | 2017-01-01T11:24:32+00:00 February 22nd, 2016|Conception Kit|Comments Off on Treat Male Infertility Early with the Conception Kit® at-home system

The Conception Kit Is an Ideal Early Treatment for Male Infertility

The Conception Kit® at-home system provides men with a convenient and private way to address common male infertility factors. When couples have difficulty getting pregnant, some men may feel discouraged but will not always open up about their frustration. However, male infertility is more common than many people think and it is important for men to know they are not alone. In one out of every five couples facing infertility issues, the cause lies solely with the male partner. There are many different factors that affect male infertility, and thankfully some of the most common issues can be easily addressed without invasive procedures. When it comes to treating infertility, it is important to understand the cause, but not always necessary. For example, low sperm count or low sperm motility are two very common causes for infertility and they can now be addressed by a prescription fertility treatment known as the Conception Kit® at-home system. The Conception Kit® at-home system does not require men to visit a fertility clinic or give a semen analysis prior to use so it is an ideal first step. Instead, men can simply discuss the Conception Kit® with their doctor and obtain a prescription for it. [...]

By | 2017-08-05T08:58:29+00:00 February 10th, 2016|Conception Kit|Comments Off on The Conception Kit Is an Ideal Early Treatment for Male Infertility

Address Low Sperm Count with the Conception Kit® at-home system

Couples can address common male infertility problems in the comfort and privacy of home using the Conception Kit® at-home system. There can be many factors that affect infertility in men and women. It is estimated that nearly 20% of fertility issues are due to male infertility problems and another 20% are shared by both partners. One of the most common issues affecting male fertility is low sperm count. Sperm are produced in the testicles and during an orgasm are mixed with semen and ejaculated out of the penis. Some men produce a lower than normal amount of sperm which can then decrease a couple’s chance of conception. Cervical Cap Insemination One way to address male infertility problems such as low sperm count is to use cervical cap insemination. This process enables couples to improve their chances of getting pregnant while they continue to enjoy sex together. One company now offers a comprehensive fertility treatment option that incorporates cervical cap insemination. This product is known as the Conception Kit® at-home system and is available only by prescription. The Conception Kit® at-home system is indicated for assisted cervical cap insemination with low sperm count, low sperm motility, or an acidic vaginal environment. [...]

By | 2017-01-01T11:25:15+00:00 December 3rd, 2015|Conception Kit|Comments Off on Address Low Sperm Count with the Conception Kit® at-home system
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