Sleep and male fecundity in a north American preconception cohort study

      To evaluate prospectively the extent to which duration and quality of sleep influences male fecundability. Sleep problems have been associated with lower sperm concentration, total sperm count, and percent normal sperm morphology, as well as decreased testosterone levels. No studies have been prospective in design.
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