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Ugly Men Produce More Sperm?

By JustMommies staff

According to a new study from the University of Oxford and University College London, attractive men produce less sperm during sex than unattractive men.  Australian news website, News.com.au, reports on the research, suggesting that women that want to get pregnant find themselves an ugly man. Researchers
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Retrograde Ejaculation

By JustMommies staff

Retrograde ejaculation (also sometimes referred to as “dry orgasm”) occurs when a man climaxes but the semen travels backwards into the bladder instead of being ejaculated out of his body through the urethra, the tube the runs through the penis and carries both semen and urine. Normally, when a man
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Becoming A Dad: What You Need To Know

By Nancy Da Silva

In all the excitement of announcing a pregnancy, the dad sometimes gets pushed aside. It’s as if the mother created the baby inside of her all by her lonesome. Science is advanced, no debate there. But it’s not that advanced just yet. Men are told that they have to be patient, gentle and understanding.
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Sperm Quality Helped By Antioxidants

By JustMommies staff

The quality of sperm can be improved if a man’s diet consists of antioxidants like blueberries, broccoli and other fruits and vegetables. LiveScience reported on the study found in the Fertility and Sterility medical journal, which revealed that men who consumed more antioxidants had better sperm movement,
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Male Fertility: What He Needs To Know

By Nancy Da Silva

Historically the shame of being unable to have children was solely placed on the woman's shoulders. People, doctors included, couldn't possibly fathom that the fault for not being able to pro-create could belong to the male. Men were, by their very conquering nature, supposedly fertile creatures. To
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Preconception Checklist for Men

By JustMommies staff

Most pre-pregnancy advice you will read is directed toward women; however, men have an important role in preparation too. Before you and your partner start trying to conceive, there are several important steps that the male partner should take to improve his fertility and increase his chances of fathering
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