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Sperm Count Zero
Why Sperm Counts Are Dropping For Men Today | GQ
Most men know that women's fertility declines after the age of 35, but many men are not aware that their age can affect their ability to become a parent, too. While less is known about male fertility and age, there is increasing evidence that the older a man becomes, the more his fertility diminishes. You can't change your age, but you can arm yourself with the knowledge to improve your chances of successfully having a family. It is not impossible for older men to father children, in fact, many men remain fertile until they are But conceiving does become more difficult and complicated as you age.
Sperm Quality Declines Significantly After Age 50
Men are doomed. Everybody knows this. We're obviously all doomed, the women too, everybody in general, just a waiting game until one or another of the stupid things our stupid species is up to finally gets us. But as it turns out, no surprise: men first.
Researchers say it becomes more difficult for men to father children as they age, especially if their female partner is older, too. Men, on the other hand, constantly produce new sperm and some men past the age of 80 occasionally father children. That fuels the myth that men remain fertile all of their lives and can parent children as long as they can perform sexually.