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All You Need to Know About Oligoasthenozoospermia

About:


Oligoasthenozoospermia is a combination of Asthenozoospermia (reduction in sperm movement), and Oligozoospermia (low sperm count).


An estimated 15-20 percent of couples worldwide are affected by infertility. [1]


- Medical diagnosis required
- Chronic; may last a lifetime
- Symptoms can be reduced with therapy and lifestyle changes


Reduction in sperm count and sperm movement may reduce the chances of fertility in men. It may be caused due to genetic issues, medical conditions or health and environmental factors like smoking, stress or repeated trauma to the pelvic area.


Symptoms


- Inability to conceive
- Related sexual health concerns like erectile dysfunctionals
- Absence of ejaculation during orgasms


Treatment


Self-care:
- Regular Exercises
- Maintain a healthy weight and diet
- Abstain from cigarettes, alcohol and tobacco
- Adopt stress management in life


Medications:
Some supplements may help increase sperm motility. Preliminary studies have suggested that taking a combination of 200 mg Selenium along with 400 mg Vitamin E for more than 100 days in a row may improve sperm motility. However, sale of such supplements is unregulated and medical advice should be sought.


Specialists:
Therapeutic interventions may help increase your chances of fertility and cure Oligoasthenozoospermia. At mfine, we provide a holistic approach to healthcare at every stage of your treatment.

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