First you need to share what is your sperm count.......world over the sperm counts are falling due to rapid urbanisation and pollution etc......the normal values for sperm count which was 60-120 million has been reduced to 20 million.........I hope your doctor is aware of it......also there are more important things in a semen analysis other than just count, and that is sperm motility.....if good motility sperms are more than 50% then at times low count can also be ok
Cause for low sperm count should be evaluated...there are numerous causes for decreased count, it may be due to trauma to the testis, infections,obesity,kidney diseases,liver diseases,certain medications mainly pain medications derived from opioids,people suffering from sickle cell disease or thalassemia can also have this,people taking glucocorticoids can also have this,other hormones in the body with abnormal levels can also impact on sperm count levels,chronic alcoholism is also one of the cause...Consult nearest infertility specialist they will help you further.
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