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11-01-2019, 09:13 AM,
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It's a really important question, but also a little bit of a complicated one. As I mentioned earlier, men may have a decline in their sperm Omega Male quality just associated with gettin' older, with being older. When researchers have done studies to look at large groups or large populations of men where the father is of different ages, they do see some slight increases in the risks of some genetic issues or genetic birth defects in the children that are born if the man is in his older years.

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