Every man is concerned with penis health, and that's why he goes out of his way way to practice excellent penis care at every opportunity. But some men are doing it for a little something more – they are planning on getting a partner pregnant, and they need to ensure their penis health, and their fertility, is in tip-top shape.

There are several ways a man can help ensure his fertility is in great shape, and his penis health will naturally follow. Here's what he can start doing right now to help ensure the odds of pregnancy are as good as possible.

1) Visit the doctor. Although men usually hate the idea of ​​going to the doctor, making sure everything is fine is always a good idea, especially if he's thinking about bringing new life into the world. The doctor can not only reassure him about penis health, but can also make sure his fertility is where it should be.

2) Do not go too tight. A man who wears tight underwear or those tight, skinny jeans is just asking for fertility trouble. Anything against the guy's equipment can raise the temperature down there, and sperm really needs a particular temperature in order to thrive. If the temperature remains high for too long, the mobility of the little swimmers drops dramatically. So go with the roomy shorts, boxers and typical jeans.

3) Move the phone. Cell phones have been shown to emit small amounts of radiation. When transported in the front pocket and in close proximity to the junk, a guy runs the risk of lowered fertility, thanks to this slow radiation output. Keep the phone out of the pocket; If it must be carried, put it in a back pocket or shirt pocket instead.

4) Stop smoking. It's been said many times, but it must be said again: smoking is bad for every part of the body, affecting every cell in a negative way. That's also true of a man's sperm, which can be reduced by smoking. In addition, smoking is bad for erectile function and circulation, so it pays to stop now.

5) Drop the alcohol. Although there is no problem with the occasional beer or glass of wine, keep in mind that regular drinking can reduce the number of sperm as well as the mobility of the sperm that are left. When getting serious about increasing fertility, it behooves a man to lay off the alcohol.

6) Reconsider medications. Obviously, illicit drugs are out – they can wreak havoc on a man's sperm, erectile function and so much more. But a man should also look into his prescription medications, as some of those might not be conducive to fertility. It's a good idea to ask the doctor which drugs are okay to continue taking and which ones should be shelved until the pregnancy is confirmed.

7) Do not get too hot. Being in a sweltering situation is not a good idea. This is the same principle as the tight underwear or jeans; a man wants to keep his balls as the right temperature in order to protect the sperm therein. That's why saunas, very hot baths and showers, hot tub dips and the like are a no-no during the time a man is trying to get a partner pregnant.

A man wants to make sure his erectile function is top-notch so that pregnancy is much easier to attain. A specifically formulated penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help a man ensure this. Look for L-arginine, which helps keep the blood vessels open and working properly, as well as vitamins C and D, which can help improve tissue. Complete the crème with other nutrients, as well as Shea butter and vitamin E for the supple skin a man's partner will love to see.