If a man’s sperm count is below 15 million sperm cells per semen millilitre, it is considered a low sperm count. Low sperm count also refers to oligospermia. On the other hand, when there is a complete absence of sperm, it is known as azoospermia. When the sperm count is sharply low, fewer than 5 million sperm in 1 semen millimetre, you can identify it as severe oligospermia.
You may or may not see any oligospermia symptoms in your body until you and your partner try getting pregnant. This is because infertility is the tell-tale sign of oligospermia. However, that does not mean there are no other symptoms of oligospermia.
Some medical treatments and home remedies may help you improve your sperm count. Let’s have a look at some medical treatments first.
You may like to read on Foods that Boost Sperm Count.
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