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Could Cycling Affect Sperm Count?

Written by Tim Pegler

Putting all jokes aside about wearing lycra damaging chances of reproduction, scientists have found a link between cycling and sperm health.

A Boston University study published in the journal Fertility and Sterility revealed that cycling for five hours per week or more is associated with lower sperm concentration and Total Motile Sperm. TMS is a measure combining sperm count, forward movement and volume.


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