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Male Fertility FAQs

What age are men most fertile?


Men will continue to produce sperm throughout their life however, as they get older the quality of the sperm will decline. The quality of a man's semen will peak between the age of 30-35. Diet, stress, alcohol, smoking and exercise can all affect the quality of sperm, so it is important a man is supporting his sperm health at least 3 months before trying. 



Can supplements enhance fertility?



The correct nutrient intake is vital to produce adequate sperm. In an ideal we would get all of the nutrients we need from diet however, supplements can
support nutritional intake.



We recommend Zita West Vitamen, which is specially formulated to help support male fertility and to help prepare a man’s body for conception and is the first supplement we recommend for men when trying for a baby.



Taking nutritional supplements can help support a balanced diet in ensuring you have the nutrient reserves to support your fertility.



Is a couples fertility always dependent on the woman and not the man?


No! Male fertility is just as important as female fertility. Men need to be aware that age can affect their fertility too. A man in his 40s can have more abnormalities in her sperm than a man in his 20s. The more abnormalities, the harder it could be to conceive. There are also a number of causes for male infertility such as low sperm count, motility and DNA fragmentation. Its important to think about supporting male fertility as well as female fertility through lifestyle, diet and supplements.

What is the best supplement for male fertility?

We recommend Zita West Vitamen as a foundational support supplement. Research has shown that vitamins and minerals used in Vitamen help with sperm health. Sperm health includes mobility, motility, formation, and sperm count.

For those looking for a comprehensive pack of supplements formulated to support male reproductive health for those just deciding to try, we recommend Zita West Male Foundation Fertility Support Pack.

Should my partner be doing anything else to improve his sperm health?

There are a lot of lifestyle changes that can be made productively. Click here for more information.

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Supporting male fertility health is crucial for men who are trying to conceive. Male fertility issues can be a significant factor in couples struggling with infertility. In fact, in at least half of all cases of unexplained infertility, a male factor is a major or contributing cause. And yet, they are often overlooked or dismissed.

The sperm makes up 50% of the DNA therefore it is important to support the quality of the sperm. Men’s sperm health also declines with age and can be negatively impacted by free-radical damage, poor diet, alcohol, drug use, high-intensity exercise and stress.

Healthy sperm is measured by volume, morphology, motility and DNA fragmentation. All these factors are important to help a good volume of sperm reach the fallopian tube and increase the chances of fertilisation.

Male fertility supplements are a popular option for men who are looking to improve their chances of conception. These supplements are designed to provide the body with the nutrients and vitamins it needs to support reproductive health and improve fertility.

There are several supplements that have been shown to improve male fertility. L-carnitine is one of the most commonly used supplements for male fertility, as it can help improve sperm count and motility. L-arginine is another important nutrient for male fertility, as it helps improve blood flow to the reproductive organs and can improve sperm quality.

Coenzyme Q10 is also beneficial for male fertility, as it helps improve energy production in the cells and can protect against oxidative stress. Other important nutrients for male fertility include zinc, vitamin C, and vitamin E.

In addition to supplements, there are several lifestyle changes that can improve male fertility. Quitting smoking, reducing alcohol consumption, and managing stress can all help improve fertility. Maintaining a healthy weight and exercising regularly can also be helpful, as obesity and sedentary lifestyles have been linked to decreased sperm count and motility. To learn more about how you can boost your male fertility, visit our fertility blog.

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