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Some studies have shown that zinc supplementation can improve semen quality in subfertile men and increase testosterone levels in zinc-deficient men.
It is recommended that men have at least 11 mg per day of zinc, which can come from food or supplements. Having too much or too little can be dangerous for your health.
Zinc supplements can interact with certain medications. Talk to your healthcare provider before taking zinc if you are already taking antibiotics, penicillamine, or diuretics.