What can be done if you have a low sperm count?
you suffer from 'oligospermia' - the term used to describe when the
sperm count is low you should take a look at some of the possible
causes below. It is almost certain that you should seek some medical
advice. The only self-help option that we promote is to use Proxeed
since recent clinical trials of this supplement have shown excellent
If there are no sperm at all in the semen
sample, the condition is termed azoospermia. In such cases, you will
need to be followed up by a doctor who will ask you questions about
your history and also give you a detailed physical examination.
will pay attention to your general physical condition but of course we
will have a careful look at your genitals! However, examination of the
external genitalia in the male rarely shows anything out of the
ordinary. Only occasionally are one or both testicles very small or
rarely may even be absent. We may also discover that each of the vas
deferens are missing - these are the ducts through the sperm must pass
Other factors which may contribute to reduced fertility, and which can be identified on examination include:
is a term used to describe a condition where there are varicose veins
around the testicle and vas deferens. In the case of varicoceles, there
is an increase in the blood flow and temperature around the testicle.
Even a small varicocele may be significant and affect sperm production.
Fortunately this can usually be corrected by surgery.
The presence of excessive fluid around the testicle is known as a hydrocele.
can occasionally be anatomical defects in the development of the penis.
Consequently, during intercourse and ejaculation the sperm cannot be
deposited within the vagina very easily. Retrograde ejaculation is a
rare condition when some men ejaculate backwards into the bladder. This
could be the result of earlier surgery to the urethra (the outflow tube
from the bladder).
There are other parameters looked for by the laboratory.