Q: Good evening ma’am, please help me out. My husband’s sperm count is zero even after so many medications, no improvement.
A: The causes of low sperm count could be medical, environmental or due to lifestyle issues. Sometimes, the cause(s) can, also not be identified.
Medical causes include infections like gonorrhea and chlamydia, certain drugs used for cancer and fungal infections, hormone imbalance, undescended testes, varicocele (swelling of veins that drain the testicle) and cancer.
Environmental causes include over-exposure to industrial chemicals, heavy metals and X-rays; over-heating the testicles by frequently using the sauna and hot tubs; prolonged bicycling
Lifestyle causes include alcohol use, tobacco smoking, illegal drug use, obesity and emotional stress.
To get a woman pregnant, a man has to have at least 40 million sperm per ejaculate. People with low sperm count usually have less than this.
If you have been diagnosed with low sperm count, then…
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