Low Sperm Count means that the fluid (semen) ejaculated during an orgasm contains fewer sperms than normal. In medical terms, Low Sperm Count is known as low testosterone and men can experience a range of symptoms if the testosterone decreases more than it should. Few of the signs and symptoms include increase in body fat, loss of muscle mass, mood changes and many more.
HOW IS LOW SPERM COUNT DIAGNOSED?
Your general physician will conduct a thorough physical examination followed by a semen analysis, hormonal testing, scrotal ultrasound, post ejaculation urinalysis and testicular biopsy for further investigations.
HOW IS LOW SPERM COUNT TREATED?
In case low sperm count is being caused by any infection, then antibiotics would be prescribed. Hormone treatments and medications would be prescribed to those patients with low hormone levels.
DID YOU KNOW?
In rare cases, Low Sperm Count cannot be treated and it's impossible for a man to father a child.