Category Archives: Fertility

Boosting Fertility When Testosterone Levels Are Low. If you have low testosterone, one way to improve sperm count is with gonadotropin injections. This stimulates the production of sperm.

Preventing Infertility and Testicular Shrinkage with HCG Injections

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on December 5th, 2018

Preventing Testicular Shrinkage with HCG (For men undergoing testosterone replacement therapy for low T) One of the most embarrassing and frustrating issues associated with either aging in men or Testosterone Restoration for Men is Testicular Atrophy. There are many reasons why testicles shrink, one has to do with the natural aging process in men. Also, the testes produce less Testosterone as a result of the body receiving a flush of Testosterone from an outside source (when undergoing Testosterone Therapy), and this causes the testes to reduce their function significantly, and this also causes the testicles to shrink significantly. Some studies have indicated that HCG has helped men improve their fertility, because of how it stimulates the testicles and prevents shrinkage. HCG Keeps the Male Testicles Nice and Full! Many men choose to live with this symptoms of testosterone decline, but you would likely be happy to know that there is a way to preserve the appearance of the testicles and prevent Testicular Atrophy via Human Chorionic Gonadotropin supplementation. Some studies have indicated HCG is a potent fertility medication that can help both men and women conceive more readily, but is also highly effective in preventing the shrinkage of the testicles.

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Male Fertility During Young Adulthood Correlated with Long-Term Health and Wellness

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on July 11th, 2018

We all know how important Testosterone is for establishing masculinity and preserving health in the short term, but it is becoming clearer that experiencing issues with Testosterone Levels and Fertility earlier in life can impact one’s health later in life. In a study produced by the academic publication Fertility and Sterility, evidence has been produced that shows that men that have issues with conception and sexual health earlier in life are more prone to a variety of health issues later in life. This study was a data-analysis conducted by Stanford University, in which 9,400 male patients were evaluated. Patients were selected based on select criteria: All patients were between the ages of thirty and fifty. All patients went to a fertility clinic. Among these men, patients were more likely to experience health issues such as Hypertension, Skin Issues, Heart Disease, and Vascular ailments than the general population, if their fertility issues were the result of inadequate sperm-quality. A study such as this suggests that having one’s sperm health analyzed is not only an important step for men with fertility issues, but may also be a worthwhile step in the analysis of total health and wellness, and, as such, may benefit

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Causes of Male Infertility

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on July 10th, 2018

It may seem simple, but the process of conception is rather complicated even for men. In order for a man to conceive, there are a number of thresholds that must be met: A man must have healthy sperm, capable of conception. This requires the adequate release of Testosterone, as well as other hormones such as Luteinizing Hormone and Follicle Stimulating Hormone. That sperm has to be able to mix with semen and pass through the tubes of the vas deferens without obstruction. He must produce a sufficient amount of sperm to have a significant chance of conception. The lower that a man’s sperm count is, the harder it will be for him to get his partner pregnant. If a man produces fewer than 39 million sperm per orgasm, or 15 million sperm per milliliter, he is very likely to have issues with conception. That sperm must have functional mobility. It is normal that a small portion of sperm will have issues moving properly, but the higher that this percentage is, the less likely that healthy sperm will make it successfully to the egg. Medical Issues Which Contribute to Male Infertility Immune Reaction – In some cases, the immune system will

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