Tracy Gapin, MD, FACS incorporates precision hormone optimization, peptide therapy, state-of-the-art biometric tracking, epigenetic coaching, and cutting-edge protocols in his medical practice, focused on supporting men in regaining the vitality and optimal health they desire.
When he went in for a physical at his wife’s urging and discovered signs of metabolic syndrome he wanted to learn the solution, and discovered that wasn’t readily available within the western medical model. As he dove into the latest research and technology to restore his own optimal health, he created a program that now supports his own patients in his medical practice so they can experience the same benefit.
For many men setting up a consult with a doctor or a urologist is the hardest part of the fertility process.
I’ve spoken with so many couples that are struggling with infertility and many tell me that the male partner has not even been examined or received a semen analysis – while the female partner has undergone extensive testing.
This is not to blame the man. Similar to how women may feel that femininity is wrapped up in motherhood. Men may feel emasculated and experience guilt, shame, and low self-worth when they are on the fertility journey.
As you learned last week sperm counts have dropped by more than 50% over the past 40 years.
It is essential that the male partner fully participates in the process as you prepare for pregnancy success.
That’s why our proven Fab Fertile Method includes the partner.
As is the case with egg health – it is important not to myopically focus on semen quality – but to look at the healing opportunities in the whole body – because improving overall health positively impacts the health of the sperm.
I’m excited to welcome Dr. Tracy Gapin MD, FACS is a board-certified urologist, world-renowned men’s health & performance expert, best-selling author, and professional speaker.
In this episode you’ll learn:
1) Common themes with male fertility from a urologist so you don’t miss crucial healing opportunities
2) Getting to the bottom of hormonal imbalance and low testosterone and why testosterone therapy is a band-aid approach.
3) How to check for a Varicocele. How effective is a vasectomy reversal? What to do if there is no sperm can this be improved?
4) Addressing gut health, environmental toxins exposure, nutrition, epigenetics, mindset, stress, and more so that semen quality can be restored.