Penn Herb Wellness Guide
- Get a checkup
Visit your doctor to find out whether your infertility is due to a treatable medical condition or to a medication
- Curb alcohol
Avoid excessive drinking to keep sperm count high
- Get extra antioxidants
Take a daily nutritional supplement containing 1,000 mg of vitamin C, 400 IU of vitamin E, and 200 mcg of selenium to reduce oxidative stresses that damage sperm
- Think zinc
Improve sperm quality by taking 60 mg of this essential mineral every day, along with 1 to 2 mg per day of copper, for three months
- Add L-carnitine to your daily routine
Taking 3 grams a day of this supplement may improve sperm motility
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