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Is it possible to start Family with Low Sperm Count?

NO doubt, low sperm count makes hinder in starting a family because it directly leads to infertility. But it is possible to start your family with the help of ICSI treatment.

Male fertility problems are on peak these days because of poor lifestyle and some other health conditions. Male infertility is explained as the inability to being a father or not able to enjoy the fatherhood due to some sexual health conditions such as low sperm count, poor sperm motility, and injuries to the penis. But, according to one research majority of people experience infertility problems due to low sperm count. It also reveals that some person doesn't even know how they experience this condition. In order to teach them, we make this content so that those people who are suffering from low sperm count can read it and try to get the best infertility treatment.

Let’s have a look at some terms related to low sperm count.

What the reasons which lead to low sperm count?

Here are several reasons why the majority of people encounter low sperm count condition. The main reason behind this is poor lifestyle habits such as smoking, not consuming a proper diet, and so on. Moreover, these conditions are not enough to explain the factors behind low sperm count but there are some other reasons, for example, overheating, excessive use of hot tubs, extreme intercourse, injury to your penis, being overweight, infection, and a certain type of medical conditions.

Is there any symptom and risk factor of a low sperm count?

Millions of people do not aware of this low sperm count problem, which is additionally named as Azoospermia. This is the medical name of this low sperm count condition. Moreover, millions of people actually don’t know what are the causes of this azoospermia condition. In order to know the reason behind this condition, you need to visit the doctor so that he can diagnose the problem and tell you what is the primary reason behind this condition. Actually, infertility is the main symptom of this condition. And many people asked us is it possible to start a family without a sperm count.

Let’s study this in the next passage.

How to start a Family with Low Sperm Count?

Yes, Of course, you can simply start your family with low sperm count. No worries! It is possible with the help of low sperm count treatment known as ICSI and IVF. These both techniques are the methods of ART technology, named as Assisted Reproductive technology.

In which ICSI treatment is known as Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection, which is specially designed for males with low sperm count. In this treatment, your surgeon directly injects the sperm cell injection into the mature egg of ladies for fertilization. This treatment is totally safe and secure method in order to enjoy the fatherhood.

Moreover, you have to also change your lifestyle and lifestyle habits as well because your lifestyle habits affect sperm count so much. If you are regular smoker then you have to quit smoking so that you can get rid of this azoospermia condition. You have to stick to a healthy diet as well. But you need to go through ICSI treatment which only gives you positive results.

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