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Reasons for low sperm count

Your sperm count is highly influenced by lifestyle choices, which remains one of the biggest killers of sperm count. Obesity, smoking, and alcohol can have a negative effect on your sperm count, and thereby your chances of obtaining pregnancy.

However, it is not only lifestyle choices that influence your sperm quality. Some men have low sperm count through genetics, and some are infertile. If you have a low sperm count, you may want to explore the possibility of receiving help from fertility treatments like ICI, IUI, IVF, or ICSI treatment, where the sperm is either injected into the uterus or straight into the egg in a laboratory. Another option is to improve your sperm quality, making it possible for men struggling with low sperm count to get pregnant. You can read more about the treatment options for men with low sperm count, by following the link.

If you suffer from male infertility and are interested in using donor sperm for fertility treatment, then we can recommend reading some of our personal stories from men suffering from infertility:

Infertility can be very hard to process, and often you need to talk to somebody about the feelings you are having. If you want tips on how to cope with infertility, follow the link to our blog post. You are also welcome to contact our Customer Care Consultants. They are ready to help you with any questions you might have.