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Low Sperm Count Treatment

Low sperm count or Oligospermia is a condition, when the sperm count in the semen, a male ejaculates, contains lower sperm than the desired minimum. The normal count is 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen. If the count falls below this, the male has a low sperm count. Know how to solve this issue with the best Low Sperm Count Treatment.

Symptoms of Low Sperm Count

The main symptom of low sperm count in a male is his inability to conceive a child. Since only one sperm can fertilize the partner’s egg, a low sperm count holder can have only a remote chance to come up with the winning sperm.
But still, there are individuals with low sperm count, who can become fathers. Other than the inability to trigger pregnancy, there may not be any visible symptoms for most males.
But for some, there are some serious symptoms, signs, and problems. They are:
  • Low sex drive.
  • The inability to have a proper erection is needed for strong strokes in sexual intercourse.
  • Pain, swelling, or a lump in the testicle area.
  • Dilated testicular veins.
  • Decreased body or facial hair.
  • A chromosome or hormone abnormality.

Causes of Low Sperm Count

The production and transportation of sperm is a very complex procedure, which is affected by the normal functioning of testicles or testes, hypothalamus, and pituitary glands.
The sperm produced in the testicles are transported through delicate tubes until they mix with semen to ejaculate out.
Any problems hampering this whole system can lead to a low sperm count status. Along with it, the abnormal shape and movement of the sperm are also reasons.
Apart from this, there are medical causes, environmental causes, and health and lifestyle causes, that intimidate sperm gain. 

Medical Causes


Some infections like inflammation of the epididymis or testicles, and sexually transmitted infections including gonorrhea or HIV can disrupt sperm production and block the passage of sperm.

Ejaculation problems

During orgasm, if the semen enters the bladder instead of emerging out of the penile tip, it is called Retrograde ejaculation. This is a serious condition that can impede sperm count. 


A varicocele is the swelling of the veins that drain the testicle, which can cause a reduced quality of the sperm, even though the exact connection between varicoceles and infertility is unknown. But it might be related to abnormal testicular temperature regulation.

Hormone imbalance

Apart from the necessary hormones produced by the pituitary, testicles, and hypothalamus, the thyroid and adrenal glands also produce hormones that are harmful and blemish sperm production.

Certain medications

Certain medications like blood pressure medicines, known as alpha-blockers can result in ejaculatory problems, which can, in turn, affect sperm count.
Long-term anabolic steroid use, testosterone replacement therapy, cancer medications, certain antifungal and antibiotic medications, and some ulcer medications, all can impair sperm production.
Apart from this, certain surgeries like vasectomy, inguinal, hernia repairs, scrotal or testicular surgeries, prostate surgeries, and large and abnormal surgeries prevent the male from having enough sperm to ejaculate.
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Chromosome defects

Inherited disorders like Klinefelter’s syndrome – in which a male is born with two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome instead of one X and one Y – can result in the abnormal development of the male reproductive organs. Some other genetic syndromes which obliquely affect infertility are cystic fibrosis, Kallmann syndrome, and Kartagener’s syndrome.

Hormone imbalance

Apart from the necessary hormones produced by the pituitary, testicles, and hypothalamus, the thyroid and adrenal glands also produce hormones, that are harmful and blemish sperm production. 

Other Reasons

Anti bodies
Anti sperm antibodies are immune system cells that destroy the sperm, mistakenly identifying them as harmful invaders.
Tumors and cancers can affect the main reproductive organs directly through the hormone-releasing glands. Surgery or chemotherapy to treat tumors can also inversely strike male fertility.
Defects in transporting sperm
There are various factors that can block the transportation of sperm, like surgery, prior infections, trauma, or abnormal development with cystic fibrosis.

Environmental causes

Overexposure to certain environments harms sperm protection. They are:

  • Industrial elements: A man who has vast exposure to lead benzene, xylene, toluene, herbicides, pesticides, and painting materials can have a great chance to succumb to low sperm counts.

  • Radiations or X-rays: Radiations or X-rays have a great negative effect on sperm count. They can even permanently reduce sperm production, otherwise, it will take years to come back to normalcy.

  • Sitting for a long period: Sitting long hours for working and wearing tight clothes increase the temperature in the scrotum and reduce sperm production.

Health, Lifestyle, and other causes

  • The use of the anabolic steroid to inflate muscle strength results in the shrinkage of testicles and the shortage of sperm production.

  • Drugs like cocaine demolish the quality of the sperm as well.

  • Alcohol use: Alcohol intake results in low testosterone levels and decreases sperm production.

  • Occupations: Even though sufficient data is not available to support the impact of occupation on the sperm count, some occupations, like welding and those associated with prolonged sitting such as truck driving, can be linked with the risk of infertility.

  • Tobacco smoking: Males, who have the habit of tobacco smoking, may have low sperm count than those who do not have this habit.

  • Overweight: Obesity can affect fertility by directly impacting sperm reduction. By causing hormone changes, it will also reduce infertility.

  • Celia disorder:  Gluten sensitivity creates a digestive disorder, causing male infertility. A gluten-free diet reverses this defect.

  • Psychological reasons: Strong and long-term emotional stress, like the one concerned with infertility, may interfere with hormones, which in turn reduce sperm production.

  • Depression: Over-depression will inversely affect sperm concentration.

How to Prevent Low Sperm Count?

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To prevent the lowering of sperm production and increase fertility and quality of sperm count, certain home tips and regulations in life need to be endorsed.

  • Avoid smoking
  • Limit or abstain from alcohol.

  • Say NO to drugs.

  • Maintain healthy body weight.

  • Have a balanced diet.

  • Avoid heat.

  • Manage stress.

  • Avoid exposure to industrial elements and environmental elements, that will hamper the sperm count.

  • Talk to your doctor about medications, that can affect the sperm count.

Low Sperm Count Unani Treatment

If the lifestyle changes, habit changes, and remedial tips do not work to your advantage in the increase of sperm count, we have to track the service of a qualified sexologist. 

Unani is a golden path, that a sexually distressed person can trust.

As a scientific code of herbal medical ethos, Unani has the natural way of healing all sexual disorders and diseases to perfection.

This archaic science has reinstated sexual strength, back, into the lives of millions.

As the best exponent and promulgator of Unani, Dr. Roy’s Medical Hall, a high statured Unani medical institute, with a  revered pedigree, is the highly recommended sexual treatment home, by thousands and thousands of satisfied clients.

We have a high portfolio team of academically brilliant doctors, who can handle the low sperm issues and infertility cases in a customized manner, after a one-to-one detailed diagnosis and paramedical tests.

We traverse to the root cause of the low sperm count, as it differs from person to person and treats accordingly.

High-quality combinations of herbal medicines, administered to the patients, will increase the quality and quantity of sperm count and inflate the sexual drive.

In addition to it, orientation programs in counseling are given to the patients to drive out the emotional and mental stress and strain.

With our low sperm count treatment, a new life, throbbed with quality and vigor, will be presented to you. 

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The highly skilled doctors at Dr. Roy Medical Hall provide the most effective treatment, counseling with the splendid properties of Unani and Ayurvedic medicines for sexual difficulties caused by chronic stress, obesity, smoking, regular alcohol consumption, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, indigestion, weak metabolism, excessive masturbation, and lack of exercise.

Our medications are made with proficient knowledge and the latest scientific technology to regularise the blood circulation in penile nerves and also to increase testosterone count to the desired level without any side effects and in turn, take the sexual desire to infinite heights.