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Main article: Asthenozoospermia Overview
Treatment of Asthenozoospermia
Firstly, it is important that popular lubricants (K-Y jelly, Durex) and natural lubricants (i.e., olive oil, saliva) are avoided, as they can impair sperm movement and function.
Next, depending on the initial findings, your Doctor might recommend you begin one of several treatment options.
Treatment options for men with low sperm motility include:
- Assisted Reproductive Technology
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Asthenozoospermia, is defined as reduced or absent sperm motility (< 32%) in fresh ejaculate. It is one of the main causes of infertility in... Read more
Causes of Asthenozoospermia
The causes of low sperm motility fall into 3 main categories: medical, environmental and lifestyle. Medical causes of low sperm motility include…. Read more