Have Sperm Counts Declined?

Our international team of researchers screened 7,500 studies for the first ever meta-analysis on trends in sperm counts. From 1973 to 2011, we found an alarming decline of over 50 percent in both sperm concentration and total sperm count among men from Western countries, unselected by their fertility. When we restricted the analysis to studies after 1995, we found no sign that the decline is leveling off. In other words, the decline continues. These findings have wide implications for public health. Sperm count is the best measure of male fertility.

One Response to "Have Sperm Counts Declined?"

  1. Nancy Bowers   December 19, 2017 at 2:37 pm

    The dates line up with the time frame when vaccines were increased and many were given at one visit. To give vaccines longer shelf life they added several chemical ingredients and plus they started growing vaccines on human cell lines instead of animal cell lines. If you inject a male with female cell line vaccines you will change his DNA and the same visa versa. All part of the plan to decrease population growth and to destroy regular citizens health.

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