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Half of infertile couples may have male factor causes.

Male factors cause infertility in 20%– 30% of couples and contribute in another 20%–30% of couples. 

How is male fertility evaluated?

A doctor will start by taking a thorough medical history and performing a physical examination. Thereafter, semen will be evaluated.​ This provides important information about the amount, movement, and shape of the sperm. Referred to as the sperm count, motility and morphology. If the results are abnormal, a thorough investigation should be performed. There are many dietary, lifestyle and genetic factors that can affect sperm health.

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Dad also has an important role to play in having a healthy baby...

Some potential causes of male infertility

  • Varicocele 
  • Infection
  • Sperm abnormalities
  • Ejaculation issues
  • Antibodies
  • Tumors
  • Undescended testicles
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Defects of tubules that transport sperm
  • Chromosome defects
  • Problems with sexual intercourse
  • Celiac disease
  • Celiac disease
  • Prior surgeries
  • Industrial chemicals
  • Heavy metal exposure
  • Radiation or X-rays
  • Overheating the testicles
  • Sitting for long periods
  • Tight clothing
  • Drug use
  • Alcohol use
  • Tobacco smoking
  • Emotional stress
  • Depression
  • Weight

Hormones, control sperm production and affect your interest in and ability to have sex. 

We assess genes linked to hormone production and metabolism.

Are you struggling to feel like a man?

What does your wife think of you when you are not at your prime? What do you try next, what supplements must you use? Which doctor can help you?

Has your ego been affected

Have you recently been diagnosed with low sperm count? You think you are doing everything correctly, but nothing helps improve the condition. You partner is feeling disillusioned.

Questions We Often Hear

  • Can male infertility problems be treated?
  • Is it possible to have a child if one has male fertility factors?
  • Are there any dietary supplements or vitamins that I can take to improve sperm health?
  • Does diet affect fertility?
  • What are the effects of smoking and recreational drug use?
  • How can I improve our chances of conceiving naturally?
  • What can DNA testing tell us?
  • Is there anything I can do to improve my sperm health?

Our Supreme Fertility doctors  can hel you

Based on the latest fields of epigenetic and nutrigenomic research our Supreme Fertility doctors can take a look at your unique genetic make-up, identify your personal risk factors and help you to put together a medical intervention plan to help you take back your reproductive health.

01

Male infertility can be treated


Sperm health often responds well to the right treatment. There is a safe, natural and non-invasive approach to treatment.

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02

Diet  and lifestyle is important

Diet and lifestyle plays an important part. Get help from a Supreme Fertility doctor to get all the right supplements and dietary and lifestyle changes.

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03

Your DNA provides the clues

Your DNA provides clues about your reproductive risk factors and essential biomarkers to help customise a treatment plan that's right for you.

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04

You can take an active role in treatment

You can do something about it, and take an active role in your own fertility treatment.

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There is a natural treatment plan available.

You can balance your hormones, improve your sperm health and increase fertility naturally, without dangerous drugs or expensive treatments. 

 Our Supreme Fertility doctors can assist you. One of the most important things you can do RIGHT NOW to improve your sperm health and fertility is to test your DNA, identify your genetic risk factors, take the right supplements and make the recommended dietary an lifestyle changes. Eat the right food and live in a way that will help you to create the best environment for healthy sperm production.

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Take control of your sperm health now!

Key Features

A 3 to 6 month Supreme Fertility program will help you to

Identify your risk factors

Improve your diet and lifestyle

Balance your hormones

Improve your sperm health

Improve your sperm health in 3 to 6 months

No more confusion about what supplements to take, what to eat, how to clean up your lifestyle. No more random advice, or wondering who to trust or where to go for help. Rather, stick to 12 weeks of unique, customised guidelines. matched to your own DNA that is laid out for you to follow to help improve your fertility and sperm health.

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