Oligospermia

Infertility is on the rise. According to the United Nations, there was a worldwide average of 5 children per woman in 1950, but by 2020, that ratio had dropped to 2 children. Infertility affects 48 million couples and 186 million people globally, according to estimates.

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Oligospermia

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Updated on:
November 28, 2022
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Oligospermia

What is Oligospermia?

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Reduced sperm counts are referred to as oligospermia. Sperm count is regarded as poor when it is less than 15 million sperm per millilitre of semen. It is well recognised that a low sperm count makes conception harder.

What brings about oligospermia?

Oligospermia may be caused by a number of elements, such as medical, environmental, health, and lifestyle issues.Low sperm count can result from a number of medical conditions and therapies, including varicocele, ejaculatory issues, malignancies, hormone imbalances, chemotherapy, etc.Genetic and chromosomal factors can also contribute to oligospermia.Environmental elements like exposure to radiation and industrial toxins can have an impact on sperm production.Low sperm count can be brought on by certain lifestyle choices like smoking, depression, and binge drinking.

How does oligospermia impact ovarian function?

Low sperm counts make it difficult for the eggs to fertilise, which lowers the likelihood of pregnancy spontaneously and using some assisted reproductive techniques.

How is oligospermia identified?

An examination of the semen will reveal oligospermia. The crucial test is this one.Other tests, such as medical history, physical examination, hormone blood levels, and genetic studies, may provide more information when evaluating the causes of oligospermia.

How is oligospermia managed?

The underlying problem should be found and treated, and lifestyle changes may be helpful. To have a successful pregnancy, the couple could also require assistance from assisted reproductive technologies like intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). In order to aid fertilisation, ICSI entails injecting sperm into each egg.

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You will have much more hormones rushing through your body than usual as a result of all the hormone injections required during IVF. You might feel cranky, bloated, or even high libido as a result of that. It's not uncommon for women to gain a little weight. Hormone injections can affect your weight and also your hunger levels, along with changes in your emotions. Expect some changes to happen in your body and mind.

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Can I smoke during IVF treatment?

Smoking is a strict "No" if you’re looking to get pregnant. This is applicable to both men and women. Smoking has shown to have a big impact on the quality of the sperms and eggs and hence it’s advisable that you quit smoking if you’re planning to start a family.

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Can I work and commute when undergoing IVF treatment?

This can only be suggested on a case to case basis depending on the various factors associated with the patient, such as age, medical condition, quality of eggs/sperms etc.

How do I prepare my body for IVF?

It's pretty doable. Begin taking prenatal supplements, keep a healthy weight, stop using drugs, drinking alcohol, or smoking, avoid serious infectious infections, which could cause a delay in treatment, and reduce consuming caffeine. Basically, maintain a healthy body by eating healthy and exercising regularly.

At what age is IVF most successful?

IVF success rates vary as it depends on multiple factors. One of these major factors is age. The success rate is almost 55-60% in women who are less than 35 years of age. The success rate goes down as the woman’s age increases. Ideally, the 20s and 30s are the best age to have a successful IVF.

How much of infertility is because of the man?

1/3 of infertility cases are attributable to men, 1/3 are attributable to women, and the rest are a combination of male and female factors or unexplained problems.

Do IVF hormones make you emotional?

Some women report having minimal to no reactions, while others say they are extremely anxious or even depressed. So be aware that you can experience an emotional response to the hormone changes; if you do, this is completely normal and okay.

How long should I try before deciding to see a fertility specialist?

If you’re unable to conceive after a year of actively trying to conceive, then you should consult a doctor.

Is IVF painful?

IVF shots are typically not too painful. Although there is a stinging feeling, it is not bothersome. The needles are too thin to cause any pain. When you inject the medication, you can invite your partner or perhaps a friend to stand by your side.

Can i drink alcohol during IVF treatment?

Drinking is strictly discouraged while prepping for IVF. Some studies have shown that alcohol may have an effect on the outcome of IVF.

Do IVF babies look different?

The woman becomes pregnant once the embryo is implanted in her uterus, and after a certain amount of time, she gives birth to her child. IVF children are just like any other children. In fact, it is impossible to tell an IVF baby apart from other kids unless you are told.

What is the cost of IVF treatment in Jananam?

To know more about the cost of IVF treatment, please visit our pricing page.

Are IVF babies always healthy?

Yes is the clear-cut response. With the use of in vitro fertilization (IVF), millions of healthy children have been born. There are no immediate or long-term risks to the child's health associated with the procedure. The method of conception is the main distinction between IVF babies and regular babies.

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