Contrary to popular belief, 50% of known infertility problems are attributed to men. Women are also equally liable for known infertility problems at 50%.
Male fertility problems typically arise from sperm problems. The sperm may be dead, sperm count may be low, abnormal, have poor sperm motility (ability to swim to the egg) and more.
Causes of Infertility in Men
Infertility in men can be attributed to a wide variety of factors, but male infertility typically stems from a poor diet, poor health, environmental pollutants amongstst other things. BPA in plastics for example can cause infertility problems in men. Plastic products, plastic water bottles and even drinking from the plastic water cooler at work will help infertility.
Reversing Infertility in Men
By eating a fertility diet and consuming the right herbs and supplements, men can easily increase their sperm count, increase sperm motility and get healthy sperm.
Increasing water intake is often overlooked as an important aspect of reversing infertility in men. Water assisted sperm motility and assists the body to detoxify.
Smoking, prescription drugs, alcohol and caffeine should all be avoided while you and your partner are trying to conceive. Keep in mind that it takes sperm about 3 months to form, so if your sperm is of very poor quality right now, do not expect miracles overnight.
Make sure you eat lots of raw organic fruits and vegetables as pesticides can cause infertility problems in both women and men. Cut down on meats, poultry, and seafood while you are trying to conceive and stop eating all junk foods and fast foods.