Oligospermia refers to a condition in which the semen has a low concentration of sperm and is a common finding in male infertility. A male is said to have this condition if he ejaculates less than 20 million sperm per milliliter.
Obstruction of the normal flow of sperm due to such conditions as testicular trauma and vasectomy. Scarring due to surgery on the male reproductive system or from infection and sexually transmitted diseases. Decrease in sperm production due to such conditions as Varicoceles (Varicose veins around the testes), hormonal disorders, diseases of the testicles, and obesity. Stress, smoking, drug or alcohol use, some medications, exposure to some toxins, malnutrition and being underweight. Some sexually transmitted diseases, such as Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
Low sperm count
Diet & Lifestyle Advice
Have sex less often – the more times you exclaim, the less dense your semen will be. Maintain a gap of three days between two consecutive ejaculations.
Refrain from habits like smoking, alcohol consumption, etc. – Alcohol affects your liver function, which, in turn, causes a dramatic rise in estrogen levels. Even two drinks a day will have long-term effects on sperm production.
Take a diet that’s low in fat and high in protein – vegetables and whole grains are good for your reproductive health.
Avoid bitter, astringent and spicy foods. Reduce caffeine intake.
Avoid heat of testicles – wear loose, cotton boxer shorts, avoid hot baths and saunas
Lose any excess weight, which tends to cause testosterone/estrogen imbalance.
Reduce stress levels by knowledge relaxation techniques – keep your mind and body fit with the help of yoga and meditation
AND TAKE A EXPERT ADVICE.