Merck baldness drugs destroy sperm, cause infertility and ejaculation disorders, even after you stop using them

Hey, men! Looking for a way to ruin your sex life and become infertile? TryPropeciaorProscar, two drugs from the vaccine giantMerck, whose top vaccine scientist Dr. Maurice Hilleman already admitted that Merck’s vaccines contained “stealth viruses” that cause cancer (http://www.naturalnews.com/033584_Dr_Maurice_Hilleman_SV40.html).

Now, the FDA is finally — after years of delays and denials — calling for new warnings on the labels ofmale baldness drugsmade by Merck. According to the FDA, Propecia and Proscar are now linked to:

• Ejaculation disorders (oops!)
• Libido disorders (not tonight, honey)
• Orgasm disorders (still nothing?)
• Erectile dysfunction (life is hard, but you’re not)
• Male infertility (you’re firing blanks, dude…) (more…)

Common Plastic Chemicals Leading to Miscarriages, Infertility

plasticbottles 220x137 Common Plastic Chemicals Leading to Miscarriages, InfertilityYou may know phthalates to be the ‘sister’ chemicals that oftentimes accompany toxic bisphenol A (BPA) in many plastic containers and food packaging. While less frequently discussed than BPA, phthalates are a threat to human health that could especially be impacting the health of pregnant mothers and fetuses alike. According to new research, phthalates may be associated with an increase in miscarriage risk due to the fact that the industrial chemicals can lower sperm counts and boost a woman’s chance of infertility. (more…)

Toxic BPA levels increase by a shocking 1,200 percent after eating canned food

A Harvard study suggests that avoiding BPA packaging most of the time isn’t enough to avoid its toxic side effects. Even a daily bowl of canned soup is enough to spike your BPA levels by more than 1,200 percent. (more…)

Why French Fries Hurt Your Fertility

When you hear that a couple is having trouble conceiving a baby, if the first thing that pops into your mind is “I wonder what’s wrong with her,” you’re not alone — the fact is, in most such cases, there is a problem with the woman’s fertility. But did you know that in up to 40% of infertile couples, the male partner is either the sole cause of — or a contributor to — the problem, according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine? The good news is that three new studies have suggested that the quantity and quality of sperm in men (two standard factors that affect fertility) can potentially be controlled. The studies were presented in October at the annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. (more…)

The effects of Ginger on spermatogenesis and sperm parameters of rat

Khaki, Arash; Fathiazad, Fatemeh; Nouri, Mohammad; Khaki, Amir Afshin; Ozanci, Chelar C; Ghafari-Novin, Marefat & Hamadeh, Mohammad
Abstract

Background: Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinale R., family: Zingiberaceae) is used medicinally and as a culinary spice.
Objective: Medicinal use of ginger dates back to ancient China and India. Ginger and its constituents are stated to have antiemetic, antithrombotic, antihepatotoxic, anti-inflammatory, stimulant, cholagogue and antioxidant. It has been used since ancient time as medicinal and food origins it contain antioxidative and androgenic activities and have well effect in diseases treatment in more countries world-wide. As an antioxidant’s ginger has a useful effect on spermatogenesis and sperm parameters. (more…)

trans-Resveratrol, a Natural Antioxidant from Grapes, Increases Sperm Output in Healthy Rats1

In conclusion, we describe here a novel activity of the phytochemical trans-resveratrol. The daily oral administration of this compound to adult male rats enhanced spermatogenesis through the stimulation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis, and did not have adverse effects. These findings indicate that trans-resveratrol may provide a treatment for male infertility. (more…)

Pesticides wreak havoc on reproductive health in men

Reports from European countries have found sub-fertile semen quality in 1 out of 5 young men ages 18 to 25. Research has also shown increasing rates of testicular cancer, un-descended testes in babies, and other hormone-related problems in men. Fertility and reproductive health is declining in men and has been over the last 50 years according to recent reports. The cause of this decline in health is multi-factorial, but research continues to expose agribusiness chemicals as potent hormone disruptors. The evidence of declining male reproductive health in connection with commonly used agricultural chemicals is found in a host of scientific research that has spanned decades. (more…)