A new study shows that overall male health in combination with dietary supplement intake is associated with improved sperm capacities as measured by the Cap-Score and increased male fertility. is showing.
Improving overall male health in combination with nutritional supplementation had little or no effect on semen analysis measurements, which were independent of Cap-Score and identified more than 50% of infertility cases. you can’t.
Mt.Side, N.J., Oct. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Androvia LifeSciences — In a study presented today at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM; Anaheim, Calif.; Oct. 22-26, 2022), 2 Two independent clinicians Fady Sharara, Ph.D. (Virginia Center for Reproductive Medicine) and Eric Seaman, Ph.D. (New Jersey Urology, A Summit Health Company) found that lifestyle changes and dietary supplements improved Cap-Score and male fertility. Reported to improve.
Dr. Sharara and Dr. Seaman’s study included 55 patients. This result suggests that changes in lifestyle and nutritional supplements led to improvements in her Cap-Score in 67% (37/55) of participants. Also, there was little change in conventional semen analysis measurements. Importantly, men with low Cap-Scores improved the most. Overall, lifestyle changes and nutritional supplementation increased her chances of getting pregnant by a man by 25%. So if a man knows he has a low cap score, he can make lifestyle changes, take nutritional supplements, and be an investment partner in the couple’s journey to conception.
There is evidence that conventional semen analysis parameters have declined over 50 years. The causative factors have not yet been fully explained, but potential reasons include exposure to toxins from lack of exercise, unbalanced diet, pesticides in food, alcohol use, smoking, etc. Although conventional semen analysis is the cornerstone of male fertility testing, it is commonly recognized that semen analysis is not a reliable test for male infertility testing. Therefore, Dr. Shalala and Seaman found that lifestyle changes, including dietary supplement intake, diet, exercise, and sleep improvements, while reducing smoking, alcohol use, and other behaviors, were associated with actual fertility in men as measured by the Cap Score. We tested whether it affects ability.
To fertilize, the sperm must first mature through a process called “capacitation.” An infertile sperm cannot fertilize an egg. Androvia LifeSciences (Mountainside, NJ) developed his Cap-Score. Cap-Score is a diagnostic test that measures the percentage of a man’s sperm that are capable of fertilizing. Several previous studies have prospectively shown that the Cap-Score can accurately predict male fertility.
Androvia LifeSciences is a privately held company focused on developing novel male infertility diagnostics for patients and clinicians. The Cap-Score test helps pinpoint the role male infertility plays in a couple’s journey to conception. Androvia hopes to use this information to guide personalized fertility options, increasing success rates, reducing costs and shortening the journey to parenthood.
Androvia LifeScience laboratories are CLIA compliant, New Jersey DOH approved, American Society of Pathologists accredited, New York state accredited, facility and approved laboratory testing are both done. The Cap-Score Test is available as a home collection kit and is now available to individuals throughout the United States.Please come www.capscoretest.com you can know more.
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