By definition, Azoospermia means that a man does not have a measurable amount of sperm in his ejaculate. The condition is typically diagnosed when a patient and their partner are experiencing difficulty conceiving and seek testing and diagnosis from a fertility specialist. If virtually no sperm is found, your doctor may suggest additional testing as necessary. Other tests would likely include genetics testing and hormonal tests. A comprehensive semen analysis , inclusive of HSC is required in order to verify a zero sperm count diagnosis.
Low sperm count: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Causes of Low Sperm Count and Motility
Good day readers, how are we all doing? Today we are going to be discussing low sperm count oligospermia , a known cause of male infertility. A man is said to have a low sperm count when his semen contains fewer sperms that normal. This is different from azoospermia which is the complete absence of sperm in the ejaculate semen. A man with a low sperm count has a reduced chance of fertilizing a woman's ovum or egg, thus making it more difficult for him to make his partner look this beautiful check image to the right. Don't judge me, I believe a baby bump is a beautiful sight to behold, especially when you know you are the reason for that bump.
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Low Sperm Count, Causes, Signs and Treatment
Often times, people think that if a woman is not getting pregnant, she is the reason for the fertility issue. However, we must remember that the male plays just as big of a role in conception as the female. For about 1 in 5 infertile couples, the problem lies solely with the man.
Male infertility isn't something you hear much about on the news, so you may be surprised to know that male infertility is almost as likely as female infertility to be involved in a couple's inability to achieve pregnancy. The good news is that most cases of male infertility can be resolved either by treating the problem or using fertility treatments. When this is not the case, a couple facing male infertility may turn to a sperm donor or adoption to help build their family.