The World Health Organization (WHO) define low sperm count, or oligospermia, as producing fewer than 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen.
Having a low sperm count can make it more difficult for a person to conceive but does not necessarily mean that a person is infertile.
Male infertility is complex, and there are a number of causes which encompass physical, genetic, hormonal and environmental factors. In addition to a low sperm count, there are two further common causes: slow sperm motility, which makes it harder for sperm to swim to the egg, and abnormal morphology. Any one or a combination of these can be identified in many cases, although there is not always a specific reason which can be pinpointed.
Other causes of low sperm count can include:
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