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Male infertility is usually the result of deficiencies in the semen, the most common of which are: low sperm count or oligospermia poor sperm motility abnormal sperm shape or teratospermia. One of the primary causes of infertility is low sperm count and motility. That, coupled with poor sperm quality, represents 90% of all cases of infertility in men and anywhere from 20% to 40% in. If your low sperm count is caused by an underlying condition — a hormone imbalance, chromosomal abnormality, testicular issue, or blockage — you may experience symptoms related to the condition.

Some low sperm motility causes include: Excessive stress – Stress, be it physical or psychological can cause fertility issues. Health conditions – Some health conditions like diabetes, hypothyroidism, obesity, a presence of varicocele, testicular cancer, infection etc. Low Motility, Low Sperm Count, and No Sperm. Charles: Excellent, that clears that up so getting diagnosed is quite straightforward.

To gain a better understanding of the three main issues with the ejaculate can you explain; low motility, low sperm count & no sperm count?The exact cause for low sperm motility can vary. Some men may have a genetic cause, while others may have an undiagnosed medical condition. Lifestyle and environmental factors also play a big role.

Causes of Low Sperm Any number of things can lead to low sperm count, including previous medical problems, age, and your environment. Your lifestyle factors in, too, so if you smoke or use. Other physical causes include undescended testicles, and defects affecting the tubules that transport sperm. Some types of medication such as steroids, antibiotics and cancer therapies can.

Excessive Stress as a Cause of Low Sperm Motility With exposure to excessive work and tension in daily routine, there can be increased level of stress. Undue stress can lead to low sperm. Several factors can lead to low sperm motility.

Most are factors that men can eliminate with a simple lifestyle change, including: Excessive Stress Fertility issues can result from undue.

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In 90% of oligospermia cases, the reason is deficient sperm production; in 90% of these cases the cause of decreased sperm formation is unidentified—known as idiopathic oligospermia or azoospermia.

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Low sperm counts can be aggravated, if not caused, by factors such as tight-fitting underwear or hot baths (which raise the scrotal temperature), urogenital infections, poor diet, and prescription drugs (antihypertensives and anti-inflammatories can drastically reduce sperm count).

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Male infertility typically is due to either deficient sperm production (e.g. low volume of semen, low sperm density, poor motility or abnormal morphology) or to the impaired delivery of sperm such as results from retrograde ejaculation or impotence.

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In men, these causes include low sperm count, low sperm motility, blockage of the ducts that trans­port the sperm cells, and erectile dysfunction.

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So-called male factors in infertility include low sperm count (oligospermia), poor sperm motility (asthenospermia), defects of sperm morphology (teratozoospermia), and total absence of sperm in the ejaculate (azoospermia), the latter sometimes due to infection-induced obstructions of the epididymis.

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Reasons for low sperm concentrations can include medications, exposures, systemic disease, hormonal disorders, varicocele, unilateral blockage, and genetic syndromes.

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Whatever the cause or causes turn out to be, it is clear that a standardized biomedical explanation about low sperm counts and poor sperm motility is not adequate to address the troubling issue of the high prevalence of male infertility that appears to be on the increase.

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This condition is characterized by low semen volume due to absent or hypoplastic seminal vesicles and azoospermia, although spermatogenesis is usually normal.

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Poor motility can often indicate autoimmune processes, infection, lack of mitochondrial energy to propel the sperm or medication, alcohol or other toxins that affect semen quality.

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A low sperm count (less than 20 million ml of ejaculated semen) or poor sperm motility can cause infertility.

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Oktay Kutluk

Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

Mail: [email protected]
Telephone: +1 (877) 492-3666

Biography: https://medicine.yale.edu/profile/kutluk_oktay/
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