Sperm Count

Sperm count is worked out with a semen analysis, which is a test to evaluate a man’s fertility.

If the sperm count is very low or very high there is a likelihood of being less fertile.

When measuring sperm count, the doctor takes into account the quality of the sperm.

The percent of normal sperm has an effect on infertility. The acidity of the semen and the presence of white blood cells (suggesting infection) may influence your sperm count too.

You can measure your own sperm count at home, using a home sperm count kit.

You can find out more about increasing sperm count naturally online.

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