An excellent study, one of the first on this topic, was presented by Agarwal A et al. Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Original research conducted in , by subjecting in vitro samples of human spermatozoa to radio—frequency radiation at 1. Recent adverse trends in semen quality and testis cancer incidence among Finnish men. Analysis of sperm samples from 52 healthy men aged Accordingly, it is likely that constant direct mobile phone radiation exposure on sperm testis could damage sperm and directly influence its motility.
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Agarwal said this study is more rigorously designed and will account for certain other factors like lifestyle habits and occupational exposures that might affect sperm quality. Won't my girlfriend be happy one of these days. Men who said they used their phones for more than four hours each day had the lowest average sperm count and the fewest normal, viable sperm. Her own research suggests a link between air pollution and declining sperm quality. But whether cell phones somehow directly affect men's fertility is not clear. However, the new findings do not prove that cell phones somehow damage sperm, according to the researchers.
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The new study included men being evaluated for infertility between September and October The findings, published in the journal Fertility and Sterility, add to questions about the potential health effects of cell phones and other wireless devices. BUT, it could be the other way, due to poor sperm ie. Of course he's right, BUT
Do Cell Phones Affect Sperm Quality?
Description: In one, they are exposing semen samples to electromagnetic radiation from cell phones to see what, if any, effects occur. Reuters Thu, 07 Feb Agarwal presented the study in a poster session at the 62nd annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in New Orleans. But none of these suspected environmental influences has been proven to influence male fertility, says Rebecca Sokol, MD, PhD, president of the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology. Heavy cell phone use tied to poorer sperm quality so by logic then crappy cell phones like Bell's and Telus's that put out only mW of power vs Rogers and Fido's mW would be better for gaining more sperm.