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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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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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Common Causes of Male Infertility

By JustMommies staff

Couples are considered infertile after they have tried for one year or more to get pregnant without success. Many couples automatically assume that the problem is a female issue, but up to forty percent of fertility issues are male-related problems. It is important that both couples have testing to identify
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Considering a Vasectomy? It's Not So Bad

By JustMommies staff

If you have decided to have a vasectomy and are feeling a little nervous about it, read on. It's not so bad. Here are a few facts to help calm you down and address your concerns. Let's talk about what a vasectomy will NOT effect: Sexual desire Ability to have erections Orgasm and accompanying sensations
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Considering a Vasectomy? It's Not So Bad

By JustMommies staff

If you have decided to have a vasectomy and are feeling a little nervous about it, read on. It's not so bad. Here are a few facts to help calm you down and address your concerns. Let's talk about what a vasectomy will NOT effect: Sexual desire Ability to have erections Orgasm and accompanying sensations
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Daily Sex Improves Sperm Quality

By JustMommies staff

There has been some debate over how frequently a couple should have sex when trying to conceive. It was once thought that abstaining from sex for a few days before ovulation helped build up a man’s sperm count, improving the chances of conceiving. Daily sex was believed to reduce a man’s sperm
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Daily Sex Improves Sperm Quality

By JustMommies staff

There has been some debate over how frequently a couple should have sex when trying to conceive. It was once thought that abstaining from sex for a few days before ovulation helped build up a man’s sperm count, improving the chances of conceiving. Daily sex was believed to reduce a man’s sperm
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Daily Sex Improves Sperm Quality

By JustMommies staff

There has been some debate over how frequently a couple should have sex when trying to conceive. It was once thought that abstaining from sex for a few days before ovulation helped build up a man’s sperm count, improving the chances of conceiving. Daily sex was believed to reduce a man’s sperm
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How Long Do Sperm Live?

By JustMommies staff

An image of swimming sperm. Sperm can live for up to seven days in the fallopian tubes after ejaculation, and 20 minutes outside the body.
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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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