How to Increase Male Infertility and Improve Sperm Count.
One of the primary reasons that males can be infertile is due to low sperm count. Sperm count is the total number of sperm that are present in one specimen, and males with a normal sperm count have about 20 million sperm per milliliter of a sample. Having a low sperm count is a situation that could be permanent, or just temporary.
Many events can lead to a low sperm count such as underwear that is too tight, emotional stress, excessive workouts, extreme heat in the genital area, and performance pressure. Men can take steps, however, to increase their sperm count.
Sperm count is the number (or concentration) of sperm that should be present/measurable in a given sample. The World Health Organization provides guidelines for a healthy sperm count. The benchmark for a “normal” count is 20 million sperm per milliliter – given a total semen volume of 2 ml. That equates to a total number of sperm per/sample of 40 million. + Continue Reading