Chances Of Getting Pregnant With Low Sperm Count



 

 

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If a couple has been trying to conceive a child for a while, they may become worried that the man might have a low sperm count. If this is a concern, he can go to the doctor for a sperm count and motility assessment.

In a normal man, sperm levels should be between 40 and 300 million sperm per milliliter of semen. A semen sample with less than 20 million sperm per milliliter is considered to have a low sperm count.

It can be hard for a man to hear that he has a low sperm count. It can affect his feelings about himself and about his fertility. It may make him less likely to want to have sex with his wife. It is important that, if a man is diagnosed with low sperm count, the man doesn’t let it affect his self-esteem or his marriage.

Does a low sperm count diagnosis mean that the couple’s chances of conception are lower? It might, but there are measures the couple can take in order to increase their chances of conceiving.





The first thing they can do is avoid having sex too often or too far apart. If a man already has a low sperm count, having sex too often may deplete his sperm stores without giving his testes a chance to make more. Between 48 and 72 hours is an ideal time frame between sexual encounters while trying to conceive.

Next, the man should make sure that his testicles have room to regulate their temperature. Wearing underwear that is too tight, wearing pants that don’t breathe, or spending too much time in hot baths or hot tubs may decrease the testicles’ ability to keep their temperature stable and maintain ideal sperm production.

A balanced, healthy diet and ensuring to stay well hydrated can be also effective in improving sperm count. When a man is trying to increase his sperm count, he should eat a diet high in good-quality fat and protein and low in sugar and junk food. Mild to moderate daily exercise can help improve a man’s overall health as well as his hormonal and testicle health. He should, however, avoid heavy or excessive exercise, especially while wearing restrictive clothing.

It is always a good idea for him to avoid alcohol, smoking, and street drugs while trying to conceive, as those can all harm sperm production as well.

If none of those things helps improve the couple’s ability to conceive, and low sperm count is suspected, the doctor may recommend a more invasive and expensive course of action. The first option is IUI—intra-utero insemination, in which the sperm is sampled, cleaned and inserted into the cervix in order to fertilize the egg. The second option is IVF—in-vitro fertilization. This is when the sperm are harvested and combined with the egg in a petri dish, then implanted into the uterus. Both of these methods have relatively high success rates.

Hopefully, though, a diagnosis of low sperm count doesn’t necessarily mean that the couple will have to resort to these invasive procedures. With an overall improvement in the man’s health, his sperm count may go up, and it only takes one strong, healthy swimmer to fertilize the egg.

  • bassem

    mine sperm count 7 million, is there any chance to make them up to the normal count 20 million or it is not that easy ?

  • earthsmagic

    There is no telling how well you would respond to a herbal supplement. Fertilaid for Men, paired with CountBoost, would be a good place to start. After you have taken it for 2 or 3 months, you can get retested to see how much your sperm count has improved. Unfortunately, if you live outside the United States, we are unable to purchase these supplements from BabyHopes.com.

  • kerry

    Hi. My partner has a low sperm count due to a op when he was younger and mumps, is there anything we can do to help his sperm count and make conceiving easier??

  • http://www.babyhopes.com/ Vickie B.

    Fertility supplements like FertilAid and Countboost usually will help, but it sounds like you partner has some extenuating circumstances. You really need to talk to your doctor to see what he says.

  • Sam

    My husband HAD diabetes and is in his early 40’s… would Fertilaid for Men, paired with CountBoost be a good idea for him?

  • shafique awan

    there come mis carriage of my wife twice and no pregnancy come sice last four years. my sperm count is less

  • donna

    can a man with low sperm count father twins with normal sex intercourse?

  • donna

    please ladies, I need your help. Is it possible a man with low sperm count to father twins performing normal sex?

  • jayshree krishnan

    I born baby 2011 my son is no more i planned again. But that baby also miscarriage on Aug 2013…my husband sperm count is 6 million ..want to know is this problem where i cant conceive baby…what to do now ..how to increase my hubby sperm count pls reply me

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Last modified: June 24, 2014