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Oligospermia and Infertility
What is Oligospermia & how to treat it?
1. Is it possible to treat male Infertility?
Male Infertility can sometimes be reversed with medication or surgery but assisted reproductive technology (ART; for example, in vitro fertilization or ""IVF"") is more commonly recommended.
2. Is it possible for a man with a low sperm count to have a child?
Low sperm counts may reduce the likelihood that a sperm will fertilize, but many men who struggle with Infertility can still become parents. With the rapid advancement of science, both men and women can now conceive successfully.
3. Is male Infertility affected by age?
Age has a major impact on male sexual function, sperm parameters, and fertility in men, which results in decreased fertility, longer conception times, and more miscarriages.
4. Can Infertility in men be avoided? How can I lower the chance of being Infertile?
If Infertility is caused by lifestyle factors such as consumption of alcohol, smoking, or obesity, working around certain chemicals, you might be able to reduce the risk.
5. What are the oligospermia symptoms?
Symptoms may include decreased sex drive or erectile dysfunction, lump, swelling, or both at the testicle area and reduced facial or body hair, as well as other chromosomal or hormone abnormalities. Many times, there is no overt sign or symptom other than failure to achive a pregnancy.
6. What is the best food to increase sperm count?
The consumption of vitamin C and D-rich foods, dark leafy vegetables, walnuts, fatty fish, and garlic will help improve sperm counts.