Two Months Stress Enough to Damage Sperm by 47%

Expert notes vicious circle with stress, infertility

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Just two months of stress may damage a man’s sperm and slash his chances of having children, a new study suggests.

Israeli scientists found men are 47 percent more likely to have swimmers with weak motility if they are under intense pressure.

Weak motility – known to be affected by lifestyle choices – makes it less likely that the sperm will successfully fertilize an egg.

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