Male infertility

Male infertility accounts for roughly 40% of all infertility experienced by couples. Therefore it is just as important to determine male fertility factors when trying for a baby.

Low sperm counts can negatively impact upon fertility but thankfully men can now test their sperm count in the privacy of their own homes with easy to use clinically proven male fertility tests. For more about male fertility testing methods visit our Male Fertility information page here…

In addition to low sperm count it has been found that elevated scrotal (testicle) temperature is perhaps the number one cause of male infertility. Add to this 15-20% of all men have a varicocele, or enlarged vein in the scrotum, which brings increased blood flow thereby increasing scrotal temperatures. This research has led to a safe, non clinical approach to improving fertility by the use of scrotal cooling systems such as those for sale here.