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Low sperm count means that the fluid (semen) you release during a climax contains fewer sperm than normal. A low sperm count is also called oligospermia.
Your sperm count is considered lower than normal if you have fewer than 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen.
Having a low sperm count decreases the odds that one of your sperm will fertilize your partner’s egg, resulting in pregnancy. Nonetheless, many men who have a low sperm count are still able to father a child
By the accounts of Nigerian medics, there is an upsurge in the number of couples seeking fruits of the womb in the country, a trend experts attribute to a number of reasons ranging from late marriages, environmental factors and decline in the quality of sperm.
Indeed the situation has given rise, in some instances, to the dislocation of some otherwise ideal families founded originally on love. Worse still, evil merchants, taking advantage of the situation, have set up shops and are surreptitiously trading in babies of indigent mothers like stocks on the floor of the Stock Exchange. Quite a few have been nabbed in the process. Those that bother to do the right thing run accredited orphanages, now with unprecedented patronage. At the spiritual level, some self-professed miracle workers have been at their very best, all in an attempt to convince baby seekers to look into their places of religious worship, and be glad that they did.
Yet, the problem remains that Nigerian men are by the day losing their virility to empirical reasons. On that score, medical personnel are of the opinion that stress alters the reproductive system by impairing hypothalamic function responsible for reproduction in both sexes, fertility declines with age.
They also fingered environmental pollution, substance abuse, obesity in women, and multiple sexual partners that lead to sexually transmitted infections, resulting in tube blockage, as key factors fuelling infertility. Hear Professor Oladapo Ashiru, Medical Director of Medical Art Center in Lagos: “The number of infertile couples is on the increase and more worrisome is that the number of men presenting with low sperm count is on the increase.”Sunday Sun gathered that the statistics has shot up from 15 per cent in men to 40 per cent.
Apart from the first signal of infertility which is the inability to impregnate a woman, other known symptoms of low sperm count are:
- Problems with sexual function — for example, low sex drive or difficulty maintaining an erection (erectile dysfunction)
- Pain, swelling or a lump in the testicle area
- Decreased facial or body hair or other signs of a chromosome or hormone abnormality
Other causes of low sperm count include:
- Illegal drug use. Anabolic steroids taken to stimulate muscle strength and growth can cause the testicles to shrink and sperm production to decrease. Use of cocaine or marijuana may temporarily reduce the number and quality of your sperm as well.
- Alcohol use. Drinking alcohol can lower testosterone levels and cause decreased sperm production.
- Occupation. Certain occupations may increase your risk of infertility, including those associated with extended use of computers or video display monitors, shift work and work-related stress.
- Tobacco smoking. Men who smoke may have a lower sperm count than do those who don’t smoke.
- Emotional stress. Severe or prolonged emotional stress, including stress about fertility itself, may interfere with certain hormones needed to produce sperm.
- Weight. Obesity can cause hormone changes that reduce male fertility.
- Overheating the testicles. Frequent use of saunas or hot tubs may temporarily lower your sperm count. Sitting for long periods, wearing tight clothing or using a laptop on your lap for long periods of time also may increase the temperature in your scrotum and reduce sperm production. The type of underwear you choose to wear is unlikely to significantly impact your sperm count.
- Underweight – hormonal imbalance is a possibility. Lack of essential nutrients required for sperm production
- Sleep deprivation – an array of health complaints and illnesses including fertility problems.
- Lack of exercise – too little physical activity can lead to sluggish circulation and poor health, which can become causes of low sperm count.
- Overexertion – some men go to the extreme and overexert themselves, which risks sperm supply by overheating. Prevalent in endurance athletes.
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The formulation is known to improve several parameters of sperm count, sperm viability and motility by 300%; these herbs also reduce morphological damage.
It is specially formulated for men diagnosed with a low sperm count – the leading cause of male infertility. Spermboost is very effective in correcting Oligospermia within 30-45 days of administration.
Below is a letter written by a concerned housewife to a columnist of a regular Newspaper in Nigeria.
I got married three years ago. My husband and I have been trying for a child since then. There is no place I haven’t been to in my quest for a child.
There is no medication; I haven’t taken in my bid to be a mother. Since women are always to blame for the absence of a child in a marriage, I didn’t bother my husband too much to accompany me for any medical test. I just wanted to please him by having a baby. It wasn’t until I got introduced to my current doctor who insisted that for her to examine me, she must see my husband. Then I pressured him to come with me to see the doctor.
After series of medical examinations, she certified me fit but sent my husband for more tests. Finally, it was discovered that he has low sperm count hence was placed on certain drugs with the instruction that we should make love as frequently as possible.
He was specifically told that meeting me during my ovulation period would enhance my chances of becoming pregnant.
Since I didn’t want to deflate his ego, I wisely refused to discuss it with him especially as he didn’t bring it up. The first few months, he abided by the doctor’s instruction but after the third month, he went back to doing things his way.
Sometimes, he won’t come near me for weeks and when he finally does, it is over in a few minutes. When I tried to complain about the unfair way he was treating me, he flared up and accused me of conniving with the doctor to conceal my inability to give him a child; he described the diagnosis of the doctor that he has low sperm count as false and baseless. He promised to surprise me by impregnating another woman. There was no name he didn’t call the doctor and I.
Two months ago, I developed a very nasty itch in my private part; on examination, I was told I have a sexually transmitted disease. When I confronted my husband with the situation, he told me to do whatever pleases me that he has since lost interest in our marriage. He went on to ask what use is having a woman in the house who cannot give him a child?
The pressure is too much and my close friends are urging me to go out of my marriage and get pregnant to keep my husband. Although I have resisted so far but three weeks ago, I ran into an old friend and I am seriously contemplating dating him.
I am so confused.
(Culled from Daily Independent)