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Welcome to the 2012 edition of Buy Clearblue & Access Diagnostics Fertility News page

The news page is designed to keep you up to date with the services and products that Access Diagnostics offers, as well as covering fertility related topics of interest , recent fertility news and developments in the fertility world.

I hope you enjoy reading and if you have any comments or suggestions please email customerservices@accessdiagnostic.co.uk
Many thanks
ADTUK's Editor


IN THIS ISSUE
1) News form Access Diagnostics & fertility issues in the news recently
2) Male Fertility feature
3) CLEARBLUE Digital Pregnancy Test with Conception Indicator
4) Discount coupons
5) Special Offers & Free Stuff & FREE delivery items


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In the News-male fertility issues have been in the news a lot this year :

Male Fertility feature

A survey carried out by Norwich Union Healthcare revealed that only five percent of men were aware they might have a lower sperm count than average. Many men may be too embarrassed to get their sperm checked by their GP or at a fertility clinic and for them a home male fertility test can be a useful screening test that can be used in the privacy of their own home.

Research has found a rising number of men are now being treated for reduced fertility. Some studies show average sperm counts have fallen by more than half and although the causes are uncertain experts suspect lifestyle factors such as alcohol and drug use, lack of exercise, smoking and obesity as well as environmental factors may be to blame for this alarming increase in the figures.

With 1 in 4 couples suffering from fertility problems and some experts predicting this to increase to 1 in 3 in the near future, the problem of male subfertility needs to be addressed.

The FertilityScoree home male fertility test allows men to check the quality of their sperm in the privacy of their own home simply and quickly. It measures the amount of motile sperm (sperm that are able to move freely) concentration within minutes and can give a strong indication as to the quantity of motile sperm in the sample, which is one of the most accurate indications of sperm quality and quantity.

The home test is positive if it represents 20 million sperm per ml, which is the cut off quantity recommended by the World Health Organisation between fertile and infertile. In a clinical study the FertilitySCORE Home Male was shown to be 93% accurate in identifying semen samples containing 20 million or more motile sperm per ml. Click here to for more information or to buy home male fertility test (home sperm counts) visit Access Diagnostics Fertility Test site

Why do men get fertility problems?

There are many possible causes of fertility problems in men. They include:
-obstructive problems (blockages in sperm-carrying tubes)
-testicular injury and disease
-varicocele
-sperm disorders
-genetic disorders
-problems with erection and ejaculation
-hormonal problems
-general medical disorders that reduce fertility
-drugs that reduce fertility
-Environmental toxins and radiation.


What can you do to help improve things?


-Eat a healthy, balanced diet.
-Take regular exercise.
-Try to maintain your weight in the ideal range.
-Don't smoke.
-Keep alcohol consumption within recommended limits.
-Don't use recreational drugs.
-Try to reduce stress.
Two other actions have been suggested that may help
Avoid tight underwear or wear boxer shorts
Cold showers or scrotal soaks - while these might take the mind off fertility concerns for a few moments, there is no evidence of their effectiveness.
Click here to for more information or to buy home male fertility test (home sperm counts) visit Access Diagnostics Fertility Test site

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Special Offers & Discounts


Use coupon code aut5 until the end of January 2012 at any Access Diagnostics fertility websites to save 5%.

If you are a member of a specialist fertility group or TTC chat room that would benefit from specific discount coupons for our fertility websites please let us know by e-mailing the name of the group to customerservices@accessdiagnostics.co.uk


Click here to for more information or to buy home male fertility test (home sperm counts) visit Access Diagnostics Fertility Test site

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