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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

More Sex, More Sperm

LONDON () -- Infertile men trying to father children should have intercourse once a day or more to improve their sperm counts, a British medical journal said on Friday.

The report by Israeli experts published in the Lancet contradicts previous advice that men with low sperm counts trying to have children should save up their sperm and have intercourse every other day around the time of ovulation.

Doctors at the Obstetrics and Gynecology department of Tel Aviv University reported that most infertile men could increase their infertility potential either by pooling sequential ejaculates in test tubes or by having intercourse every day or even twice a day -- or more -- at the time of ovulation.