Guys, Listen Up: Your Biological Clock Ticks, too!

If you think that women are the only ones with a ticking biological clock, think again! You’re on the clock too, because after the age of 25, sperm quality begins to decline. So while you still may feel young and carefree, your “boys” may run into some trouble reaching the finish line – egg penetration – sooner than you think.

So take note, male fertility problems do not only happen to those who are “over the hill,” and the ideal male fertility age isn’t infinite. In fact, you may think that since you’re young at heart and ready for action that your boys will follow suit. We’re here to put this notion into perspective:

There are on average more than 200 million sperm released with each ejaculation; however:

  • Only 15 to 45 million (or 7.5% – 22.5%) are healthy enough to fertilize an egg
  • A mere 400 (.00019%) of those will survive after ejaculation
  • And only 40 (.0000099%) will reach the vicinity of the egg
  • While just 1 will not only find its way and succeed at fertilizing the egg

So how do you stop the ticking of the clock? Fact is you can’t. Let’s face it, the Fountain of Youth is nowhere to be found.  While you can’t reverse the effects of time on your fertility, making positive changes to your diet and lifestyle and talking with your healthcare provider about taking Proxeed Plus, a prenatal male fertility supplement made with a complete carnitine-based formula that targets multiple sperm functions±— is definitely worth a shot.

Tick-Tock, guys….let’s get moving!

About Proxeed Plus:

Proxeed Plus is a patented prenatal supplement specifically designed to support sperm health. Proxeed Plus can help support sperm health by delivering an antioxidant complex and key nutrients, like zinc, L-carnitine, and selenium, needed for developing sperm.

If you’re thinking about having a baby—talk with your healthcare provider first about Proxeed Plus as a supplement for men and don’t let worrying about male fertility be on your prepping for pregnancy to-do list.

± These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.