I will try to answer your question by using another perspective (risk factors for infertility).
Among the main causes of male infertility, "idiopathic" causes (ie not du to endocrine problems, genetic defects or sperm transport problems) represent 40%.
In the last decades, increasing attention has been given to environmental factors. Here a brief ...
The main energy emissions (i.e. ways of affecting its surroundings) of a laptop computer are—
Sound: Unless your laptop has extravagant bass speakers that can physically rattle your organs hard enough to be painful, this will have no effect.
Heat: A laptop can run quite hot, and heating the testes can be used as a method of contraception, as the ideal ...
A decade ago, a study (1) reviewed the evidence regarding the effect of cycling on impotence (due for example to pudendal nerve entrapment) and the effect of repeated scrotal temperature on spermatogenesis. While sparse evidence suggested a possible link, the author concluded that those results needed to be replicated in larger studies.
Some years later, ...
This is probably as good as it gets for now, but experts quoted by AP have dismissed the idea as highly improbable, basically on the argument that the common sequence is too short to be of concern and that other viral fusion proteins e.g. used in the flu vaccine haven't been observed to cause such an effect (on fertility):
Experts say there is no evidence ...
The only exception is if your doctor has conducted a semen analysis and determined that you have oligospermia, in which case your doctor might recommend having sexual intercourse with your wife 3-4 times a week instead of every day.
The bottom line: Don't start any unproven 'methods' for increasing the chances of pregnancy without talking with your ...
Fertility awareness methods are slightly different from the others in that they require you to have self control and not have sex when you might otherwise want. Many people don't like to do this. In this study "9.2 per 100 women dropped out because of dissatisfaction with the method".
Failure rates very widely depending the method of education, and the group ...
There is a very bold distinction in terminology to observe between impotence – or erectile dysfunction –, and fertility or changes to the testis and spermatozoa.
The study in question does not say anything about impotence but reported a
The results clearly demonstrate that aqueous extracts from dried calyx of H. sabdariffa, either cold or boiled, alter ...
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Elevated temperatures are thought to decrease sperm counts in males.
Elevated temperatures impair sperm production and function. Although
studies are limited and are inconclusive, frequent use of saunas or
hot tubs may temporarily impair your sperm ...
Your actual sperm count will matter as well as volume to some degree, as well as her level of fertility. If your wife is not currently releasing a fertile egg nothing else at all matters of course. If there no fertile egg there to be ready, then volume & count mean nothing. You have to account then for timing as well of course. But you can have a ...
The tea preparation used in the study was described:
Cold Hibiscus extract was prepared by soaking 15 g of Hibiscus calyces in 500 ml of cold distilled water at 4°C for a whole day. The boiled extract was prepared by macerating 15 g of H. sabdariffa calyces with 500 ml boiling distilled water for 15 min and allowed to cool to room temperature. Both ...
If I understand your question right:
Fertility peaks in your 20s.
So yes, young women are more fertile after puberty in their 20's. If you consider that after, as it would be around 7-18 years afterward puberty if they got puberty in their 13-14 year range.
Most women hit their fertile peak between
the ages of 23 and 31, though the ...
As far as I know taking zinc pills increase the volume of your sperm. Also avoiding hot baths/creating a fresh environment for your scrotum increases the sperm count.
Maybe some exercises to increase testosterone helps too. For best advice man you gotta see a health care professional.