Sara Naab, male infertility advocate


At age 23, Sara SDx was told she would never have children on her own. With determination, she took on her health, losing nearly 70lbs and becoming a tri-athlete. Along the way, she met the love of her life, a scientist from Northern California and with gratitude; they were able to naturally conceive both of their sons. Fueled by her passion to help people transform their health, Sara spent countless hours volunteering as a fitness and health coach. As a daughter, wife, sister to four brothers and mother to two sons, Sara developed a particular interest in men’s health and created Don't Cook your Balls as a resource to help men better understand their sexual and reproductive health.

In 2011, while working at a government lab, Sara’s husband Ulrich invented powerful technology capable of performing a variety of medical tests. The couple saw the technology as a powerful way for people to get feedback on what is happening inside the body. In 2012, they founded a biotech to develop Trak as a tool that empowers men to improve their fertility.

Common stumbling block for people trying to conceive

  • Potential male infertility doesn’t cross their mind
  • Improving semen quality takes time

Misconception about fertility

  • Infertility is not a fixed problem.
  • A lot of male factor infertility can be repaired.

What is one thing that people can do to improve their outcome?

  • Living a healthy life

  • Antioxidants

  • Keep the little boys cool

Fertility Resource

Guest contact info

Sara Naab
Twitter: @SaraSDx 

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