The average man produces 50-100 million new sperm cells every day. It takes 3 months for those immature sperm to develop into fully functional swimmers capable of fertilizing an egg. The health and fertility potential of your mature sperm depends on the conditions in your body during sperm production and development.
Most people don't know that men cause up to 50% of infertility problems and that sperm health is just as important as egg quality. Poor sperm health lowers the chance of conceiving naturally and the effectiveness of assisted reproductive techniques like intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF).
It takes two to get pregnant, and with the Swimmers Fertility Program, you can now do your part. By taking the Swimmers Antioxidant Formula daily, and following your personalized Swimmers Assessment Fertility Plan, you can have the peace of mind knowing you are doing what you can to maximize your sperm health and reproductive outcome for you and your partner.
Identifying opportunities to improve your sperm health is the first step towards maximizing your fertility. The Swimmers Assessment is designed by male infertility experts to provide you with personalized, simple, and evidence-based recommendations to optimize your sperm quality and reproductive potential.
Dr. Stahl is a board-certified urologist with subspecialty training in male infertility, male sexual medicine, and microsurgery. He currently serves as Director of Male Reproductive & Sexual Medicine and Assistant Professor of Urology at the Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons at Columbia University in New York City.View Full Profile
Cigdem (“Cori”)Tanrikut, MD, FACS, is a reproductive urologist at Shady Grove Fertility in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. After graduating summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Dr. Tanrikut received her medical degree from the Georgetown University School of Medicine.View Full Profile
Dr. Stember is a board-certified urologist who specializes in male fertility and sexual health. He received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine and completed a general surgery internship and urology residency at Mount Sinai Hospital.View Full Profile