Stress just may have an impact on a man’s sperm quality. Men with higher levels of stress and anxiety have lower sperm counts. Also those with the highest anxiety levels were also more like to have sperm that are less motile or have the ability to swim through the cervical canal to find an egg in the tubes connecting the ovary to the uterus. This report appeared in the February 13, 2013 issue of Fertility and Sterility.
Bottom Line: Want to have a baby and your partner is not getting pregnant? Then consider chilling out and find ways to reduce your stress level. It just may help those sperm reach the egg and get your family started. If you have questions regarding male infertility, see your urologist and get a semen analysis. It’s a test that every couple with an infertility problem should do.