Male infertility and low sperm count Around 33% of the infertility cases account for male infertility. In such cases, one of the common reasons is low sperm count. Most male partners don’t even know they have the problem until they consider having a family. If you encounter a problem while planning to conceive, then you […]
Fertility Preservation Fertility preservation is nothing less than a miracle for all those who want to conceive but not at the moment. It’s the availability of different treatment options which is helping all those couples who are either having difficulty conceiving on their own or want to get pregnant later in life. Fertility preservation keeps […]
वीर्य स्खलन समस्या (Ejaculation problems) समय से पहले वीर्य का निकलना बहुत ही आम समस्या है | यह समस्या उस वक्त में होती है जब यौन क्रिया के समय बहुत ही जल्दी स्खलित हो जाता है | समस्या से झूझ रहे पुरषो को सही समय पर उपचार करवाना चाहिए | यदि ऐसा है की आप […]
Have you ever heard that male sperm can be dead? In medical science, there is a term for this condition which is known by the name of Necrozoospermia. Often it is misinterpreted as low sperm count which is not true. WHAT IS NECROZOOSPERMIA? Male Infertility is a common problem and there are various reasons for […]
We are aware of the indispensability of sperm for conception. As long as the sperm does not fertilize the egg, it cannot become an embryo. For this reason, it is necessary to have healthy sperms. But owing to some factors, sometimes, there is a problem with the sperm cells which are refraining the female partners […]
What is a low sperm count? Low sperm count means that the semen which is ejaculated during the orgasm contains less count of sperm as compared to normal situations. In medical terms, this condition is referred to as oligospermia. In case, the presence of sperm is zero then it is known as azoospermia. If the […]
Here we share the ways to Improve Sperm Count and know the different of causes contribute to infertility in an individual who is inappropriately physical, erectile dysfunction, reduced testosterone, and sperm levels are typical explanations.
Idiopathic oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (OAT) indicates that the causes of the condition have not been identified. Nearly 30% of cases of male infertility cases fall under this category.