Colds and sperm count
A cold or the flu can not only make you feel miserable, they can lower your can temporarily impair sperm production – sometimes for as much as six months!.
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Keeping Healthy While Trying To Conceive
7 May By Erica Kain When it comes to conceiving a child, there are lots of things that can go wrong—sperm allergies, poor egg quality, and ineffective.
Description:When winter descends on us, it brings along its nasty friends, influenza and the common cold. And the cold and flu season stretches from October to as late as May, reaching its peak between December and February. These illnesses are aggravating enough on their own — but many people also worry about getting sick while trying for a baby. This begs the questions: And what steps should you take to protect your health? Conceiving while ill does not increase risks to the pregnancy.