The Role of Exercise to Reduce the Impact of Diabetes in Seminal Quality: A Systematic Review

Ana Myriam Lavin-Perex et al. Medicina. 2021


One of the most relevant consequences of diabetes mellitus (DM) is the temporary or complete infertility which can happen in young individuals. 


Physical exercise increased sperm count, motility, and morphology. Which also improved testosterone, Luteinizing hormone, and Follicle Stimulating Hormone Levels. 


Physical exercise could ameliorate diabetic pathological effects on sperm quality and related parameters that cause infertility or subfertility conditions.


Male infertility or subfertility is a big problem affecting the US population today. Physical exercise has its benefits and a part in helping reducing insulin resistance in DM. There are other factors that must be evaluated and addressed by your medical provider. 

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms request your appointment with Live Ignite Thrive Medical today! 

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Adam Weldzius, NP