While you increase libido you may be in need of information about how to increase fertility. Of course, this action is different for men than it is for women.
Infrease Libido for Women
Of course, one of the factors that usually does affect a woman’s ability to get pregnant is diet. Not only will eating health improve your chances of getting pregnant but also once you are pregnant you are more likely to carry your child to full term.
If you want to increase libido and increase fertility please consider the following tips:
- Fruits and vegetables, especially those rich in folic acid
- Calcium-rich foods (for when the baby is conceived)
- Increase intake of whole foods and protein alternatives (i.e. beans, whole grains)
- Reduce consumption of saturated fats
- Stop eating refined sugars and excess friend foods
- Take fertility herbs (with caution)
- Seek out iron-rich, lean meats
- Increase consumption of omega-3 rich foods such as salmon (mercury-free fish or limit to 12 oz a week)
- Quit smoking and exercise more
- Maintain a healthy weight
Foods you should avoid after you get pregnant include the following:
- Soft cheeses (Brie, feta, Camembert, goat, Roquefort)
- Any unpasteurized dairy product
- Hot dogs, sausages, or deli meat
- Under-cooked and raw meats or eggs
- Foods your doctor tells you to not eat
Increase Libido for Men
Of course, for men the prescription to increase libido and fertility is a little different. However, in many cases you will find it is the same as for women. Take a look at these sexual and fertility enhancing tips for men:
- Quite smoking and minimize alcohol use.
- Do not under any circumstances use illegal drugs.
- If you are addicted to any prescriptions have them changed.
- Drink plenty of water.
- Wear looser underwear.
- Avoid excess heat, such as saunas or hot tubs.
- Perform PC (a.k.a. male Kegel) and jelqing (a.k.a. milking) exercises.
- Support your sex drive and fertility with herbs such as L-Arginine and L-Carnitine.
- Increase intake of Zinc and Selenium.
One very important note about men is that fertility is evaluated according to three (not one) criteria: sperm count, sperm normality (morphology), and sperm motility. The second two involve the study of the way sperm appear as well as the way they move.