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    An_265911 posted:
    My wife is having a hard time getting pregnant, so I did some research for home remedies and solutions because I am a little embarrassed to talk to my doctor about the possibility of me having fertility issues. I came across icing testicles as a common result. I want to give this a try before I go to my doctor. Has anyone else tried this? My wife and I both want to have a baby so badly but cannot afford expensive treatment options.
     
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    mccast responded:
    My husband and I went for out for sushi and it dramatically raised his sperm count. Our fertility doctor said it's possible that the Zinc in the fish helped.


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