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    ChikaSoPrecious
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    Can we shake this 1 legged table..Just a lil bit😄
    Not funny though.
    A client at one of our one-on-one sessions said in response to the question “Has your partner gone for semen analysis?”…”No the problem is me, He has a baby mama so hes good”
    Only for us to run some tests that showed low motility, low morphology and even few counts!
    Semen cells depreciate over time and this falls fast with lifestyles like smoking, recreational drugs, alcohol etc.

    The term “female factor” is used to describe conditions or
    disorders that contribute to infertility in women; while the term “male factor” is used to describe those that cause infertility in men.
    Individually, each factor may not impact greatly on your ability
    to conceive, but together, they throw the odds against you. For
    example, a woman who has a subtle cervical mucus problem
    might not have trouble conceiving if her partner has a normal
    sperm count. However, if her partner has a low sperm count, her
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