Low Sperm Count What is low sperm count? Oligospermia, or low sperm count, is a condition where the number of sperm present in ejaculate is lower than normal because sperm production has become inhibited. This is defined as less than 20 million sperm per cc of semen. When all sperm is absent from the ejaculate, the condition is called azoospermia. You can read my post on normal values for sperm analysis and a brief interpretation of those results by clicking here.
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Sperm, Male infertility with Acupuncture. Lee can help to improve sperm count, motility and morphology Good quality sperm are necessary to produce good embryos. Besides getting the woman ready for pregnancy, there are also acupuncture treatments for the male to improve total sperm count, motility and morphology. But a successful pregnancy requires more than a successful fertilization. Survivability is highly dependent on the quality of the sperm. A better sperm will generally have a better morphology shape which reflects how well the chromosomes are packed in the head of a sperm. In general, a better shaped sperm will have better physiological functions and expressions than a poorly formed or shaped sperm.
Could acupuncture help men? Research has now shown that acupuncture for improving sperm quality is successful and there are other benefits as well. Acupuncture is noninvasive , simple and does not have the dangerous side effects that human chorionic gonadotropin has. Ancient Chinese physicians have been using acupuncture for centuries to increase libido and promote fertility so it is only natural that research confirmed that it increased the sperm count. Now men can make a choice between the risk of a blood clots from the side effects of gonadotropin or having their sperm quality improved naturally with acupuncture.
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