All men have experienced the discomfort of being damp here.
However, this is not just a matter of simple discomfort.
A study found lower sperm counts in people who wear tight underwear.
The thought is that wearing tight underwear increases the temperature of the scrotum (much like placing a laptop on your lap), which affects the body’s production of sperm.
For men, wearing tight underwear can push the scrotum against the body, causing the testes to rise in temperature. This has shown in some research to correlate with a lower sperm count.
The testicular temperature rises by 1 degree, the sperm count decreases by up to 40%.
Studies have shown that people who wear breathable panties have 25% higher sperm concentrations, 17% higher sperm counts, and 33% more motile sperm counts.
If you are planning to conceive, it may be a good idea to switch to boxers.
However, there are some people who prefer a tight fit rather than a boxer type.
One of the Solutions is Separate Pouch designed to keep a man’s personal area comfortably separate resulting in a dry environment, no constraint