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Oligospermia – Taseer Dawakhana
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Low sperm count (oligospermia) is one cause of male infertility. Although it takes only a single sperm to fertilize an egg (ovum), the odds of a single sperm reaching the egg are very low. For this reason, having a low sperm count decreases your chance of getting your partner pregnant.


The lower your sperm count, the more likely you’ll have trouble fathering a child. But treatments for male infertility related to low sperm count can help. Urologists are skilled in evaluating men with fertility problems and can recommend treatment.

In addition to evaluating and treating male fertility problems such as low sperm count, your doctor may also suggest treating your female partner to increase her fertility. This can help compensate for male infertility. If other treatments aren’t effective, artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization can be used to produce a pregnancy when low sperm count is a factor



For most men, the only sign of low sperm count men is the inability to conceive a child (infertility. A couple is considered infertile if they’re unable to conceive after one year of regular intercourse. If sperm production is impaired by an underlying hormonal problem, you may have other signs such as decreased facial or body hair or problems with sexual function.

Although in many cases the exact cause isn’t always clear, possible reasons for low sperm count include:

  • Varicocele. This is a swollen vein inside the scrotum that can affect sperm production. This common cause of male infertility can be repaired with minor surgery.
  • Damaged sperm ducts. Inherited conditions, infections, surgeries or injuries can damage the delicate duct system that carries sperm from the testicles into the penis.
  • Anti-sperm antibodies. Men who have anti-sperm antibodies have an immune system response that attacks their own sperm. Common in men who have had a vasectomy reversal, this condition can also be caused by other problems such as an injury or infection.

Problems with Sperm Production

These issues can be caused by a genetic (inherited) condition such as Klinefelter’s syndrome or a hormonal disorder such as a health problem that affects the pituitary gland in your brain. If you have an inherited condition, you’re more likely to have complete lack of sperm in your semen (azoospermia).


Risk Factors

Factors that increase your risk of low sperm count include:

  • Genetic or hormonal problems. Certain health conditions affect sperm production, such as Klinefelter’s syndrome or a problem with hormone production.
  • Substance abuse. Sperm count can be reduced by use of illegal drugs such as cocaine or marijuana.
  •  Smoking. Smoking cigarettes affects sperm production. Secondhand smoke may also lower sperm count.
  • Being overweight. Being obese has been shown to cause hormonal changes that affect sperm production.
  • Exposure to environmental toxins. Exposure to radiation therapy, certain chemicals, heat and some medications can temporarily reduce sperm production.
  • Cancer treatment. Radiation treatment and chemotherapy can hamper sperm production.
  • Certain surgeries or injuries. Surgeries or injuries that affect the testicles or glands that produce hormones can affect sperm production.


A number of factors can help you maintain higher numbers of healthy sperm — and increase your chances of conceiving a child. Here are a few lifestyle decisions that may help:



  • Avoid excessive drinking. Excessive alcohol consumption (more than two drinks a day for men) has been shown to reduce sperm production and affect libido.
  • Steer clear of illegal drugs. Drugs including anabolic steroids, marijuana and cocaine can all affect sperm production and libido.
  • Keep the weight off. Obesity is linked to decreased sperm production.
  • Don’t get a vasectomy. If there’s any possibility you may want to father a child in the future, use other methods of birth control. Even though vasectomies can sometimes be reversed, you may have a reduced sperm count.
  • Keep cool. Avoid hot tubs, saunas and other sources of sustained heat, which can temporarily reduce sperm count. Tight underwear and sitting for long periods or using a laptop computer also may increase scrotal temperature.
  • Don’t smoke. Smoking can damage sperm and interfere with sperm production and libido. Secondhand smoke also may cause low sperm count.

Abnormalities in Sperm


This is reduced levels of normally shaped sperm less than 15% sperm of normal morphology.

  • Mild teratozospermia – 10-15% of sperm of normal morphology – probably of limited clinical significance
  • Severe teratozoopermia – less than 5% of sperm of normal morphology

Sperm Volume

A very low volume i.e. less than 0.5 ml may indicate a problem in producing the specimen (including missing the container), a dysfunction with the accessory glands or retrograde ejaculation.

High semen volume but low sperm numbers no need of semen concentration our medicine will take care of this problem.

Abnormal pH

An abnormally low pH i.e. less than 7.0 may indicate retrograde ejaculation when combined with a very low ejaculate volume. A pH of below 7.0, normal volume and azoospermia may indicate an obstruction of the ejaculatory ducts or congenital bilateral absence of the vas in this case result is poor.

An abnormally high pH i.e. greater than 8.5 may indicate an infection or dysfunction of one of the accessory glands result is good.

Abnormal Sperm Density

A sperm count below 20 x 10^6 / ml should be considered clinically relevant, a count nearby 5 x 10^6 / ml count will increase with treatment.

Reduced sperm count is generally idiopathic. However it may be due to defective spermatogenesis or an incomplete obstruction.

Abnormal Sperm Motility

If less than 50% of the sperm are moving progressively (asthenozospermia) a problem with motility or an increased level of sperm degradation may be indicated.

Decreased motility may be secondary to sperm dysfunction, prolonged periods of sexual abstinence, partial blockage or infection.

If greater than 50% of sperm are immotile then the analysis will determine whether the sperm are immotile or dead. This will determine whether the sperm immotility is due to cell death or a motility defect.

Increased cell death may be treatable if the cause is identifiable e.g. partial blockage, increased abstinence periods, infection. Immotile sperm can be used for assisted conception purposes as long as they are alive.

Lifestyle and Home Remedies


Taking care of yourself can help increase the number of healthy sperm in your semen.

  • Frequency of ejaculation. It’s important to have sex on a regular basis around the time of ovulation, when your partner can get pregnant. But ejaculating more than a few times a week can reduce the number of sperm present in your semen.
  • Avoid the heat. High body temperatures have been shown to decrease sperm production. Avoid hot tubs, saunas and exposure to hot weather. Tight fitting shorts or prolonged laptop computer use also may increase the temperature of your testicles, decreasing sperm production.
  • Make healthy lifestyle choices. Staying at a healthy weight and avoiding tobacco, excessive drinking and illegal drugs can all help reduce the risk of low sperm count.

Tests and diagnosis

When you see a doctor because you’re having trouble getting your partner pregnant, your doctor will try to determine the underlying cause. Sperm production is complex and requires normal functioning of the testicles (testes) as well as the hypothalamus and pituitary glands — organs in your brain that produce hormones that trigger sperm production. Problems with any of these systems can affect sperm production.

Initial Examination

Expect to answer detailed questions about your medical history and any sexual issues. Your doctor will do a careful physical examination of your reproductive organs to look for signs of a problem such as a varicocele — a varicose vein of the testicle.

Semen Analysis

Low sperm counts are diagnosed as part of a semen analysis test. Sperm count is generally determined by examining semen under a microscope to see how many sperm appear within squares on a grid pattern. In some cases, a computer may be used to measure sperm count. If you have no visible sperm in your semen sample, your doctor may use a more involved test to try to isolate any sperm present in your semen for examination.

To collect a semen sample, your doctor will have you masturbate and ejaculate into a special container. It’s also possible to collect sperm for examination during intercourse, using a special condom. Because measurements from sample to sample can vary widely, you’ll need to present a few samples for your doctor to get a clear picture of the quantity — and health — of your sperm.

Normal sperm densities range from 20 to greater than 100 million sperm per milliliter of semen. While men can reproduce with much lower numbers of sperm, your chance of getting your partner pregnant decreases along with decreasing sperm counts:

Less than half the men with sperm counts between 12.5 and 25 million sperm per milliliter are able to get their partner pregnant.

Less than one-quarter of men with sperm counts less than 12.5 million sperm per milliliter are able to get their partner pregnant.

There are many factors involved in reproduction, and some men with low sperm counts have fathered children. Likewise, some men with normal sperm counts have been unable to father children. The number of sperm in your semen is only one factor. Even if you have enough sperm, you’re much more likely to achieve pregnancy if at least half of your sperm have a normal shape and show normal forward movement (motility).

Your doctor may conduct further tests if he or she suspects your low sperm count is caused by an underlying condition. Your doctor will also want to make sure your female partner has been tested for any fertility problems.



If your doctor suspects your reproductive tract is blocked, he or she may order an ultrasound test. Scrotal ultrasound is used to detect a varicocele or blocked epididymis.

Testicular Biopsy

This procedure uses a fine needle to take a small tissue sample of the testicle to look for any abnormalities and to determine if sperm are present. The doctor will numb the area where the samples will be taken (generally one from either testicle). The procedure isn’t painful, but you may feel sore for a few weeks afterward.

Blood Tests and Genetic Tests

If your doctor suspects your low sperm count may be caused by an underlying hormonal condition, your doctor may test your blood for hormone levels. In some cases, problems with sperm production are linked to a genetic (chromosomal) abnormality. If your doctor suspects this is the case, genetic testing can be used to check for absent or abnormal regions of the male chromosomes (Y chromosomes).

Advantage of Treatment

  • The treatment is completely free of any side effects.
  • Medicine is effective in 95% in sperm abnormalities i.e. Low Sperm count, Low Motility, Low Semen Quantity and Abnormal Sperm Cell.
  • It is the fastest among all treatment. It raises sperm count fourfold with every month’s treatment till optimum count. So with low sperm count like 3 million per ml. to normal count of 40 million per ml. can be achieved within two months of treatment.
  • The lowest count which can be helped is 1 lac per ml or 0.1 million per ml. Below, this the result may be variable.
  • It does not support azoospermia or zero count at all.
  • It improves not only sperm count but also it’s quality. It raises low sperm motility to high sperm motility. It also improves grades of sperm motility simultaneously.
  • The success rate of system is very high. In about 3000 patients, it succeeded in 95% of the patients.
  • The Medicine provide by us are free from hormone.
  • The duration of the treatment is very short. It clears the case in one month to four months.
  • It has no restrictions during the treatment. No food restrictions. The only restriction is to avoid taking male hormones, as male hormone testosterone can block the good affect of this treatment. So, the patient should avoid taking any male hormones at least from one month prior to taking this treatment.
  • The greatest advantage is that even after stopping the treatment the higher count remains longer, where as in male hormones, it falls as soon as the treatment is stopped.
  • It is quite comfortable to take it, as it has sweet pills and drops only, to take with few doses per day.
  • So, this treatment being simpler avoids complicated procedures in case of male infertility.

Precaution Before and During Treatment

  • No oral or Hormonal treatment is allowed at least one month prior to this treatment and during the course of treatment.
  • Semen analysis report is must before starting treatment, so one can know the effect of treatment at middle and end of treatment.
  • Extra food supplements, Vitamins and other sexual tonic should be avoided during treatment.


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