Low Sperm Count Specialist India


Low Sperm Count Specialist Doctor In India 

(Oligospermia or oligozoospermia )

The WHO has established an amount of 15 million sperm per milliliter as the minimum reference value to consider that a patient has a normal sperm count, which is known as normozoospermia, that is, normal sperm. Dr. Shridhar Sharma is the Low Sperm Count Specialist Doctor In India

Major Reason Of Low Sperm Count


Several conditions and lifestyle factors can increase a man’s risk for oligospermia.


Enlarged veins in a man’s scrotum can disrupt blood flow to the testicles. This can cause the temperature in the testicles to increase. Any increase in temperature can negatively impact sperm production. About 40 percent of men with low sperm numbers or low sperm quality count have this common issue.
Viruses like sexually transmitted infections can reduce the sperm amount in semen.

Ejaculation issues

While many men with oligospermia have typical ejaculations, some ejaculation problems may reduce sperm count. Retrograde ejaculation is one such issue. This occurs when semen enters the bladder instead of leaving from the tip of the penis.
Other things that may interfere with typical ejaculation include:
• injuries
• tumors
• cancer
• past surgeries

Low Sperm Count Treatment



Beta blockers, antibiotics, and blood pressure medications may cause ejaculation problems and reduce sperm count. Dr. Shridhar sharma Provide a Treatment Of Low Sperm Count.

Hormone issues

The brain and the testicles produce several hormones that are responsible for ejaculation and sperm production. An imbalance in any of these hormones may lower sperm count numbers.

Exposure to chemicals and metals

Pesticides, cleaning agents, and painting materials are a few of the chemicals that can reduce sperm count. Exposure to heavy metals, such as lead, can cause this problem, too.

Overheating testicles

Sitting frequently, placing laptops over your genitals, and wearing tight clothing may all contribute to overheating. An increase in temperature around the testicles may temporarily reduce sperm production. It’s unclear what long-term complications may occur.

Drug and alcohol use

The use of some substances, including marijuana and cocaine, may reduce sperm counts. Excessive drinking can do the same. Men who smoke cigarettes may have lower sperm counts than men who do not smoke.

Weight problems

Being overweight or obese increases your risk for low sperm counts in several ways. Excess weight Gain can directly reduce how much sperm your body can make. Weight problems may also interfere with hormone production.