Men’s Health Week, June 2024

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In Australia, infertility affects about one in every six couples, and it’s estimated that approximately one in every three cases is due to fertility problems in the male partner alone.

Infertility refers to a person’s ability to reproduce without medical assistance. While infertility isn’t always treatable, there are things both sexes can do to improve the chances of conceiving. As it’s Men’s Health Week this week, we are looking at 10 tips men might like to know or consider before planning a child.

Remember that fertility issues are more common then most people might think. If you are planning a child, we recommend you book an appointment with your GP first so they can offer you advice and information before you begin trying.

10 Tips to Boosting your Fertility with Dr Matt Smith 

A man’s health and age can affect his partner’s chances of falling pregnant, as well as the future health of the baby. Sometimes infertility is linked to sexual function, and other times it can be linked to semen quality. Other possible causes could depend on a man’s general health, genetics, fitness, diseases and their diet.

In this video, Dr Matt Smith explores 10 tips for enhancing men’s health and explains how it can lead to positive outcomes in the fertility journey.

Dr Matt Smith is a fertility specialist at Eve Health practicing from our Spring Hill Clinic.


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