||Did you know that it takes around three months for sperm to mature in the testes before they’re ready to successfully fertilise an egg. That’s why pre-game day conditioning can make all the difference to your sperm’s quality, for the best shot at egg fertilisation. During this time, your health can affect your sperm’s quality, for better or for worse.
Take care of your assetsGive your sperm the best possible chance to do the job they’re here to do: successful fertilization.
Top tips for conceivingIt is recommended you pay particular attention to a few areas of your health and lifestyle. There are several changes that both females and males can make that are proven to influence or enhance your chances of getting pregnant.
The first step: sperm testIf you have had trouble conceiving, the first step is to test sperm health (the female partner, if applicable, would have an ‘AMH test’ which checks egg reserve levels). A sperm test can be done at home with a convenient test (like SwimCount), by a local Labtest referred to by your GP, or Repromed can do a detailed analysis in their lab. We understand you may feel awkward through this process, but be assured there is little that embarrasses the Repromed team!
Repromed NZ offer private and public funded IVF treatment and may be able to help you with your fertility journey. All are welcome, we stand for ethnic and gender equality and are proud to be the first healthcare organization in NZ awarded with Rainbow Tick certification. You can make a free 15 minute phone consultation with a fertility doctor – call 0800 483 105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book. Click here to make the first step.