When trying to conceive, it's a two-way street and there are plenty of things your partner can do to help the process and make sure his sperm count is healthy.
Unlike women, who are born with all the eggs they'll ever have, men are always producing new sperm, so little changes can make a difference quickly.
If your man has a low sperm count, there are a few swaps and changes that can really help improve his swimmers...
7 ways to improve sperm count with fertility expert Zita West:
5) Think about his diet
A nutrient-filled diet makes all the difference to producing healthy baby batter. ‘Encourage him to steer clear of processed food,’ says Zita. ‘Fresh fruit, veg, meat and fish should be on the menu, as they contain fertility-supporting nutrients including lycopene, amino acids and Vitamin D.’ Ensuring he gets enough folic acid
can help, too.
Another reason to watch what he eats? Being overweight can also cause his testicles to heat up.
Read more: 8 fabulous foods to boost his sperm count
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