Semen variables were considered in several papers, but coffee consumption and sperm count or motility was.
Six different doses of caffeine were used to study its effect on human spermatozoal motility. The recently developed method for assessment of sperm motility by.
Abstract. The authors examined the association between semen quality and caffeine intake among 2554 young Danish men recruited when.
“However, sperm motility was higher in patients who drink coffee compared those who do not,” says the team, which presented their work at the.
It is established that sperm motility is higher in patients who regularly drink coffee compared to patients who don't, however, the mechanism by which caffeine.