Cooler months raise sperm quality, chance of producing baby increase #parents #prolife #fertility #prochoice
To those seeking to have better chances at conceiving a child, researchers say the winter&fall months are best. Warmer weather, along with sitting for long periods, bike riding often&increasing the warmth of the scrotum can cause male fertility problems. More motile&stronger sperm are produced in the cooler months and when men wear lose fitting pants&don't sit for long periods of time.
Of course pregnancy can occur year round, but for those with fertility problems this is another way to increase your chances at conception and having a child. So if you don't want kids then limit your chances by abstaining or waiting for warmer months and of course using protection at all times.
However, remember the risk of pregnancy is always there even with contraceptives. So remember, when you choose to have sex be ready for the natural results that could lead to pregnancy and get ready to be a new mom or dad. And as a prolife advocate, if you conceive don't kill your offspring, love them whether they are wanted or not, otherwise let someone else love them and adopt them.
In the spring, there begins a decline in the concentration of sperm in the semen as well as their ability to impregnate ova, Soroka University Medical Center researchers find.
Couples who have fertility problems due to low-quality sperm would be well advised to plan their calendars: Soroka University Medical Center researchers have found that the quality of semen – both the amount of sperm and their motility – is better in the winter and the fall than in the spring or summer.
Dr. Eliahu Levitas, a senior physician in the hospital’s in-vitro fertilization unit, reported to a recent meeting of the Israel Society for Fertility Research about his statistical study of 6,453 semen samples collected at Soroka.
He found that in the spring, there begins a decline in the concentration of sperm in the semen as well as their ability to impregnate ova. The decline continues through the summer and continues into the autumn months.
Read the full story at Jerusalem Post
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