Sperm may like boxers better than briefs

(Reuters Health) – Men who wear boxers most of the time may be more fertile than those who opt for jockeys and briefs, a new study suggests.

Among the male partners of couples seeking infertility treatment, researchers determined that tight-fitting underwear was linked to lower sperm counts and sperm concentration and higher levels of a hormone that can indicate trouble in the testicles, according to the report published in Human Reproduction.

The effect wasn’t huge, but, “if I were getting ready to start trying for a baby, I’d go shopping for boxers about three months ahead of…

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