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Here's yet another soy reduces sperm count to minimize soy products in your diet. High isoflavone intake has been related to decreased fertility in animal studies, but data in humans are scarce. Oestrogenic compounds in food or the environment have been of concern for a number of years, but we have mostly thought that it was boys exposed in the uterus before birth who were most at risk Dr Allan Pacey Sheffield University Animal studies have suggested that large quantities of soy chemicals in food could affect fertility, but other studies looking at consumption in humans have had contradictory findings. This finding may have particular importance to humans as human sperm appears to be more sensitive than mouse sperm to the actions of specific isoflavones Soy reduces sperm count et al. If a product or treatment is recommended in these pages, it is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Hi there, Thanks for all the great information. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Women too can soy reduces sperm count affected by soy productssince it can boost their estrogen levels even higher, playing havoc with other fertility hormones in the body. Altered semen quality in relation to urinary concentrations of phtalate monoester and oxidative metabolites. Leave a brief comment or question related to this article.