Low Sperm Count

The number of sperm in person is approximately 48 million and the sperm count count is 40 to 300 million sperm per semen. If a person is less than 15 million sperm, then he may have infertility.

What is a low sperm count?

If everything else is okay then 20 million sperm per ml may be sufficient. According to the doctor, the number of sperm is not considered to be less than the normal until it is less than 15 million sperm per ml. The following sperm count implies that a person may need a physician to conceive. In oligospermia, intrauterine conception is often the treatment of choice.
If no sperm is found in a male, then it is said to be confined to azoospermia.


What is a good sperm count?

The normal and healthy person has a sperm count of 40 to 300 million sperm per ml. According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the sperm count is not considered low unless it is less than 15 million to 40 million sperm / ml.

Sperm count isn’t everything.

The sperm count above given for the common man is a wide range but it is not necessary that a person who is below normal sperm count can not conceive. You may need extra time to conceive, or a reproductive specialist may get some help. The normal sperm count can not mean that the person is fertile. Calculations per semen analysis are obtained, whereas sperm motility and morphology should also be considered. A semen analysis can be completely normal and, despite this, it may have reproductive problems. This is the reason why a more advanced sperm test should also be considered.

Treatment

Here is the treatment of low sperm count of Ayurvedic medicines by Dr. Diwakar Singh. You can come to our Ayurvedic clinic located in Delhi.

Our Charges

  • NORMAL DOSE for One Month : Rs. 5,000
  • SPECIAL DOSE for One Month : Rs. 10,000
  • SILVER DOSE for One Month : Rs. 16,000
  • GOLD DOSE for One Month : Rs. 25,000
  • PLATINUM DOSE for One Month : Rs. 32,000
  • Note: Time duration varies with patient to patient.


    if you are facing more problems, please consult to the Doctor.


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