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Conventional treatment of male infertility in the past used a wide array of medicines to try to improve a low sperm count in the infertile man. These included : Gonadotropin injections ( HMG and HCG) These hormonal injections of gonadotropins are only useful in stimul..
Many infertile men are obsessed about their low sperm count - and this seems to become the central concern in their lives. Remember that the real question the man with a fertility problem is asking is not: What is my sperm count or what is my motility ? But - are my spe..
While the commonest cause of male infertility is a low sperm count ( the technical term for this is oligospermia), some men are infertile because of abnormal looking sperm . This is called teratozoospermia (terato=monster). Many infertile men have sperm samples which h..
While the commonest cause of male infertility is a low sperm count ( the technical term for this is oligospermia), some men are infertile because of poor sperm motility. Normally, at least 50% of sperm should be motile; and this should be good quality progressive mot..
Azoospermia is the name given to the condition in which there are no sperm in the semen. The semen looks normal, and the diagnosis is made only when is it is examined under a microscope in the lab. Azoospermia , as the name suggests , refers to the condition in which t..

 

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