LOW SPERM COUNT, NIL SPERM COUNT (AZOOSPERMIA) LEADING CAUSES OF MALE INFERTILITY
Low Count Sperm Treatment is treatable. Male Infertility is one of the most common and yet a taboo health issue that affects Men irrespective of caste, religion or social status.
It usually does not result in physical morbidity, pain, limitation of activity or longevity. However, its impact on the psychological and social wellbeing of not only the index patient but also his partner makes it a major concern for Health professionals.
However, fertility problems can affect Men and Women and often it is a combination of both. In about 40%to 50% of cases of infertility Male factor is involved. In 20% of cases it is the sole reason
refers to a male's inability to cause pregnancy
in a fertile female
Low or Nil sperm count can lead to infertility in Males. However, some of other reasons for Male infertility also include low sperm mobility, bad quality of sperm, infection etc. The problem with low sperm count is that it reduces the chances that one of your sperms will fertilize the egg. The low sperm count treatment is possible by Andrologists.
Low sperm count is a condition called Oligospermia
. This is the term used to describe the condition when the sperm count is low, less than 15 million sperm/ml. The most current World Health Organization guidelines define low sperm count as having less than 15 million sperm in a millilitre of semen (15 million/ml). If there are no sperm
at all in the semen sample, the condition is termed Azoospermia
. Low Sperm Count Treatment.
There are no immediate clues to male infertility.
In a lot of countries men do not like to admit that they havethe problem and that the majority of men would blame woman. We … Continue Reading ››