How to increase sperm count naturally?

Quit smoking, alcohol and drugs. Expose yourself to sunlight. Maintain healthy body weight if you are obese or over weight. Consume Fenugreek and Ashwagandha. Avoid medicines that affect your sperm count or cause low libido/erection problems. Increase good fat intake and reduce saturated fats. Avoid soy and estrogen rich foods. Eat enough amounts of folate, zinc and magnesium. Avoid living in industrial or polluted areas.

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Does diabetes cause Erectile Dysfunction?

1) Increase in sugar levels in the blood is called diabetes. Occasional spike in blood sugar levels is ok if it is due to the food taken but if the higher levels are continuous, you will be diagnosed with diabetes.
(2) Type 1 and Type 2 are two types of diabetes out of which Type 2 is more prevalent. (3) Diabetes damages nerves and blood vessels resulting in erectile dysfunction. (4) Control your blood sugar levels with the tips provided in this article to be sexually functional

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Penile Frenuloplasty – When and How is it done?

Frenuloplasty procedure is done at doctor’s office / clinic. You will be given local or full body anaesthesia as per the discretion of the doctor. The frenulum will be cut off or extended as needed by the doctor. It was done using a scalpel previously but with the advent of laser technology, doctors today use laser to extend or cut the frenulum

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Vasectomy Reversal – All you need to know about the procedure

Vasectomy Reversal – All you need to know about the procedure Vasectomy is a male family planning procedure (popularly used verbiage in India) done to a man. This is a simple, short procedure done as an outpatient service by a good sexologist / sex specialist. In this procedure, the tubes carrying the sperm from the…

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PrEP – PreExposure Prophylaxis to prevent HIV Infection

PrEP – PreExposure Prophylaxis to prevent HIV Infection PreExposure Prophylaxis is a way to prevent contracting HIV. The procedure involves putting a healthy person under medication few days before he/she involves in risky sexual behaviour or abuse drugs possibly by sharing needles. Who are the right people to take PrEP / When should you consider…

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