Low sperm treatment volume

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Infertility is a condition that often leaves a couple in a frustrated state of mind. There can be a number of reasons behind a couple suffering from this condition. If it's a case of male infertility, semen often plays a role in the whole matter, and particularly semen quantity. Yes, that's true.

Yes, low sperm count is curable. Here are its causes, symptoms and natural remedies

Hypospermia: Symptoms, Causes | Decrease in Semen Volume | Nova IVI Fertility

Language: English French. An adequate semen volume of ejaculate fluid is required to transport sperm into the female reproductive tract and allow for fertilization of the oocyte. Thus, seminal fluid volume is an important part of the semen analysis done to investigate male infertility. In this article, we review the anatomy and physiology of ejaculation, the various etiologies of low-volume ejaculation artifactual, structural, functional.

Hypospermia

There are many causes for male infertility, including abnormal semen and sperm production, failure of sperm delivery and general health and lifestyle issues. Male infertility is usually diagnosed first by a semen analysis but other test may be required to correctly diagnosis the cause. Semen analysis is a simple test. The semen sample is collected either at home or at the lab.
If you have been trying hard to conceive but have been unsuccessful , there is possibility that you might have a low sperm count, that is your semen contains less sperms than the normal amount. Also called oligospermia, a person is said to have low sperm count when he has fewer than 15 million sperms per millilitre of semen. However, it is also true that many men with a low sperm count are also able to have children. Certain infections can interfere with sperm production. Medications that cause ejaculatory problems, cancers and tumors, surgery, undescended testicles, hormonal imbalances, defects in the tubules that transport sperm, certain chromosomal defects, etc.