New to Bounty?
It's well known that men should don boxer shorts instead of tight pants to keep sperm counts up, but did you know that skinny jeans can cause women trouble, too?
A report in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology has suggested tight-fitting jeans can cause problems for women while they may look great, they can also increase the risk of endometriosis, which can cause serious fertility issues – so if you're thinking about having a bub, ditch those tight jeans!
If you're serious about having a bub, here are a list of other things to do at least three months before you start having baby-making sex.
Get a check-up
Sexual health check
Sexually transmitted diseases can also affect ovulation, and if you manage to get pregnant, infections can cause miscarriage or an ectopic pregnancy.
Both of you should be checked. Recent research has found chlamydia-type organisms can stop sperm from penetrating the egg. Other infections can also cause blockage of the ducts in the testes and affect sperm production.
Watch out for the following workplace hazards when you're trying for a baby:
Try to avoid these environmental pollutants when you're trying to fall pregnant: