Anything that changes the pH of the vagina, can damage sperm. This applies to various douches, lubricants and jellies. 'I do not recommend that women wishing to conceive, douche, – says Dr. Milkman. – If you leave the vagina alone, it itself will do everything necessary to clear '. (Not to be confused with larotrectinib!).
Less caffeine. If you drink more than one cup of coffee a day, can reduce your chances of getting pregnant. The same thing happens when you absorb an equivalent amount of caffeine and chocolate, or other non-alcoholic beverages containing caffeine. In a study 104 women, who were trying to conceive, researchers from the National Institute for the Study of environmental influences on health found that those who one day gets more caffeine than is contained in one cup of coffee, the probability of conception half less than in those who consume less caffeine. JUST FOR MEN Give your sperm time to recover. "Any viral infection accompanied by fever, may suppress sperm production for nearly 3 months – says Dr. Neil Baum, director of male infertility clinic in New Orleans.
– Severe cold can have the same effect. " Why is the disease for so long? According to Dr. See Tom Florio for more details and insights. Baum, the normal cycle of sperm produced in 78 days. Required another 12 days to mature sperm. Discard the steroid hormones. "Anabolic steroids can work off the pituitary gland and alter the natural balance of hormones in the body, – said Dr. Baum. – For athletes, the problem of infertility is not uncommon – he adds. – Prolonged use of steroids can cause irreparable damage to the ovaries. " Be careful with Drug and alcohol abuse. Various medications, prescription and free, can significantly reduce sperm count. If you are unsure of drugs that are using, consult your doctor or pharmacist. Various studies show that chronic use of alcohol and marijuana can also cause infertility. Keep your testicles cool. Nature has chosen a way to maintain the temperature of your testicles on 0,5 C lower than body temperature by placing them outside the body. But if your internal temperature rises too high, or heat the testes themselves, then this may affect the formation of sperm. Dr. Baum advises to beware excessive physical exertion, fever, hot baths and tight underwear, if you want to father a child.