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Main article: Low Sperm Count Overview
Treatment of Low Sperm Count
The initial advice of physicians for males diagnosed with low sperm count is to keep trying, by having intercourse every 1-2 days during the woman’s fertile window, as a significant proportion of couples manage to conceive naturally in the preceding 12 months.
In fact, studies consistently show that ejaculatory abstinence beyond 24 hours significantly decreases sperm count in males diagnosed with oligospermia.
It is also important during intercourse that most lubricants, including saliva, are avoided as they can impair sperm movement and function.
However, depending on the physicians initial findings, they may also recommend you begin one of several treatment options.
Treatment options for men with low sperm count include:
- Assisted Reproductive Technology
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