Oligospermia treatment centre in Delhi, India

Frequently Asked Questions

In some cases men with oligospermia can still conceive despite lower sperm counts, they may have no problem with conception, despite the low sperm numbers. The cause of oligospermia can also increase a man’s risk for other fertility issues which includes sperm motility problems.

Sperm motility defines as how 'active' sperm are in a man’s semen. In natural cases the normal activity allows sperm to swim toward an egg for fertilization easily. In abnormal motility, the sperm don’t move enough to reach an egg. Sperm may also move in an irregular fashion, making it impossible for them to reach an egg.

Having sex during the fertile period

If you're trying to conceive, increasing your intercourse frequency, especially around the time your partner ovulates, can help you increase the chances of conception.

Track ovulation

If you time your sex with ovulation, you'll have a better chance of getting pregnant. Find the optimal times for intercourse for conception with the help of your partner's doctor.

Don’t use lubricants

Some lubricants and oils have been shown to impair sperm motility and prevent sperm from reaching an egg. Consult your doctor about a sperm-safe lubricant if one is required.

With assisted reproductive technology like Intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF) can be used to fertilize an egg with banked sperm. The success of conception depends on the age, fertility of the female partner and the quality of the sperm.

Yes, radiation causes cellular DNA damage including alteration in sperm count which may further lead to various sperm abnormalities and a decrease in sperm count.

If you've had radiation or any chemotherapy and still have sperm in your ejaculate, it is advised to wait at least 6 months to a year before trying to conceive. It is feasible to re-establish healthy sperm production. It could take 2 to 3years for sperm to return to the ejaculate. Even if you think you're infertile, use protection or other birth control until you're ready. You can freeze your sperms before chemo/ radiotherapy for future use.

A disorder known as azoospermia affects males who do not have sperm in their sperm. It affects approximately 1% of all men and 15% of infertile men. There aren't any obvious signs, but if you've been unsuccessful in getting your spouse pregnant, this ailment could be the reason.

Yes, if varicocele or vasectomy is the reason for oligospermia, then it can be easily corrected or reversed through surgery, it also depends upon the cause of low sperm. With the help of proper medications and hormone treatments, the sperm count can be increased in some cases.

Oligospermia is a very common cause of infertility in men. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the prevalence of male infertility in India is around 23 percent.

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