Environmental factors such as the presence of pesticides, phthalates, nicotine and caffeine can have negative effects on sperm quality and pregnancy success. Are their fertile friendly foods men should aim to eat?
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Going through fertility treatment be a very lonely and isolating process. Justine Houle, of Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut, is here to remind you that you have a fertility toolbox full of tools that you can rely on whenever you need that extra bit of support.
RMACT's nutritionist, Carolyn Gundell, M.S., discusses the negative effects of cigarettes as it relates to men's reproductive health.
RMACT's Nutritionist, Carolyn Gundell, M.S. discusses the dirty dozen and if eating organically matters in relation to fertility and trying to conceive.