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Male Sperm Count Increase

by Mike
(Florida, US)

I have been diagnosed with low sperm count. What can I do naturally to increase my sperm count. Does male sperm count increase take time and if so how long? Thanks you.

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Increasing Male Sperm Count
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

There are a number of things that you can do naturally to increase male sperm count. The amount of time required will depend on each case individually, buy generally you should give your body 6-9 months to resolve any issues related to low sperm count like vitamin and mineral deficiency. Homeopathic Medicines can also help increase sperm count as well as the following:

1. Follow a Fertility Diet that is rich fertility superfoods for men like Maca, Bee Pollen, Tribulus, L-carnitine, Selenium, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Zinc.
Male Factor Formula Kit is a great way to boost male fertility and increase sperm count, motility and morphology.

2. Make sure to wear loose underwear and avoid overheating your sperm by avoiding saunas. Also avoid bicycling or any type of activity that restrict the blood circulation to the reproductive organs.

3. Make sure to avoid drinking coffee, alcohol and cigarette smoking.

4. Increase exercise activity and decrease stress.

5. Take fertility herbs and vitamins specific for male fertility like Fertil Aid for Men and especially Count Boost for Men.



Many Blessings!


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