Can chicken and special pants help you get pregnant?

Infertility isn't always related to the woman – male infertility is common and some sources put the figure as high as seven per cent of all men.

Stephen Harbottle, expert on all things sperm-related and former Chair of the Association of Biomedical Andrologists, advises a healthy balanced diet to maintain sperm health, alongside avoiding hot baths, sitting in one place for too long and tight underwear to minimise overheating, which can be damaging to sperm.

We analyse over 200 samples a month from men, testing for evidence of sperm presence and sperm quality. They also provide a range of fertility treatments including IVF and ICSI. To find out more, or to book onto their information session on Tuesday, September 29 call 01223 349010.

You can read the full artice on the Cambridge News website here.

Wednesday 9 September 2015