Low sperm count

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- Oct 4, 2019 at 09:58 PM
Hello,
We had been trying to have a baby in vain since six months and when we went to the gynecologist, he said that my husband has a low sperm count. How to solve this problem please?
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Your gynecologist will normally set him on a treatment. Low sperm count can be boosted with diet, not wearing tight underpants, and taking cooler showers or baths. Hope this works out for you both. Good luck
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Low sperm implies that the liquid (semen) you discharge during a climax contains less sperm than ordinary. A low sperm tally is additionally called oligospermia.
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I hope things get better. It is a pretty common issue these days. I would say that he should get some vitamins to eat. They will help improve the situation. However, buy after discussing with the doctor. Other than that make sure that he isn't intaking any caffeine. It really isn't good when suffering from low sperm rate. Other than that no smoking or alcohol. Lastly, exercising helps a lot improve the sperm rate. Therefore, he could consider that as well. Good luck to you. I hope things go well for you. You could also opt for the IUI process. A lot of people opt for it under such circumstances. Just make sure to visit the right doctor.
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The principle indication of low sperm tally is the failure to have a child. There may be no different clear signs or side effects. In a few men, a basic issue, for example, an acquired chromosomal variation from the norm, a hormonal unevenness, expanded testicular veins or a condition that obstructs the section of sperm may cause signs and manifestations.
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A low sperm check is additionally called oligospermia. A total nonattendance of sperm is called azoospermia. Your sperm tally is viewed as lower than typical in the event that you have less than 15 million sperm for each milliliter of semen.
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Hi there! I hope you are feeling better now. So 6 months is not a long time tbh, but as your doctor has already told you the reason behind this then maybe you should focus on that. For the majority, it takes 1 year to normally conceive but you already know the reason. There are many ways to improve that count, give him vitamins with every meal. Make sure he's not smoking, drinking alcohol, fizzy drinks and eating fast food. What are the things he should avoid during this time. It's also important for him to do exercise on daily basis. Yoga also helps. It really depends on what suits him. But it can be taken care of if you just give it some time. Good luck! Stay blessed! Bye!
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A low sperm check, likewise called oligozoospermia, is the place a man has less than 15 million sperm for every milliliter of semen. Having a low sperm tally can make it progressively hard to consider normally, albeit fruitful pregnancies can at present happen.
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I am sorry to hear about your husband's problem. I hope things go better for you. Did your doctor suggest some vitamin supplements? They are really good in this condition. Apart, from that ask your husband to opt for acupuncture. That also helps with the progress of the process. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way.
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I have a question... did your Gynaecologist got the SA diagnostic report or it was just an assumption based on symptoms? What was the exact count.. if you could remember? Also, was there any morphological defects identified? Well though no one has the right to question the time frame as it's totally personal decision as what time is enough for a couple to seek fertility help... I think 6 months is not much time to be really concerned yet. There's only as much as a 20% chance of conceiving in every cycle. Naturally, 6 months could just be gone with just a flick of bad luck you see and no apparent fertility issue. This is an old post so I hope you have already found a solution to your problem and enjoying parenthood. However, if not then you'll definitely need more than just supplements or hocus pocus to set things right.
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