Did you know that men are more likely to have fertility and have children in the summer than in other seasons?
Men may love more careers in the spring, but it is in the summer that they are more likely to become fathers than in other seasons.
A new study from the University of Parma in Italy shows that men’s sperm are more active in the summer and are twice as active in July and August (July and August) as in January.
Infertility is when a couple is unable to conceive after 12 months of trying, and one of the main reasons is low sperm motility. Sperm must swim to reach the egg, and men are most fertile when at least 40% of their sperm are motile and swim.
Research now shows that sperm motility is higher in summer than at other times of the year and peaks in winter.
The study is based on data collected from 5,188 men who have been treated at an infertility center for 11 years, according to The Independent.