Low Sperm Count

The sperm count is considered low when a man has less than15 million sperm per ml of the fluid. The problem reduces the odds that one of sperm will fuse the egg and in turn the problem results in difficulty in pregnancy.


Pain and swelling in testicle area.

Sexual problems such as low sex drive.

Decreased growth of body hair.

Inability to conceive a child.


  • The problem may be genetic also.
  • Unhealthy lifestyle is another cause of this sexual problems.
  • Stress, depression of anxiety.
  • Sperm Disorders.
  • Varicoceles.
  • Retrograde Ejaculation.
  • Obstruction.
  • Hormones.
  • Medication.


  • Infection
  • Obesity
  • Use of drugs
  • Smoking
  • Drinking alcohol
  • Injury to the pelvis or sexual parts.


Activities like heavy drug and alcohol use, as well as using tobacco or vaping, may likewise lower sperm count. Anabolic steroids, which are usually taken to increase muscle mass, will almost always shrink testicles and decrease sperm production.