Half of the information that makes a baby comes from sperm, but sperm are often forgotten in fertility conversations and action plans. About 60% of infertility cases have a sperm component to them, so we should be pursuing pre-conception care long before trying to conceive.
Research shows a clear decline in average sperm health over decades. Modern sperm counts, motility, morphology, and concentrations all make it harder to conceive. But nutrition and lifestyle habits can improve sperm quality and quantity.
Kelsey outlines some concrete steps to start taking today to boost sperm health.Call to Action: Fertility Confidence Method is built in such a way to help support male factor fertility as well. If you’re curious about how you can work with me and my team, I encourage you to book your free clarity call here: https://fertilityconfidencemethod.as.me/fertilityclaritycall#