You Can Still Get Pregnant With Oligospermia (aka Low Sperm Count)
Globally, more than 50% of men are experiencing low sperm count. If you’re grappling with oligospermia, a condition characterized by low sperm count, you’re not alone.
We understand that fertility conditions can be a challenging journey. But there is hope, and we are here to provide you with the guidance and support you need to increase your chances of conceiving. Read on to find out more.
What is Oligospermia (Low Sperm Count)?
Oligospermia, or low sperm count, affects many couples striving to start a family. It can result from various factors such as:
- Lifestyle choices
- Medical conditions
Signs of Oligospermia
Common indications include:
- Difficulty conceiving after a year of trying
- Changes in sexual function
Pain or swelling in the testicles
Here Are Some Tips to Help You Conceive with Oligospermia
- Have a balanced diet, exercise regularly, and manage your stress
- Stay hydrated, as it helps to improve sperm production
- Avoid harmful substances such as alcohol and tobacco
- Consume supplements, such as folic acid, which helps to improve sperm count
Consider self insemination kits for conception
Start Your Journey With twoplus Fertility
Trying to conceive with oligospermia might add to the stress of conception, but other alternatives like the twoplus Applicator Extra are here to help you.
The twoplus Applicator Extra allows your partner to deposit ejaculated or donated semen from sperm donors optimizing your chances of conception higher up the vagina tract so that more sperm reach the egg.
The Applicator Extra also comes with a Soft Tip to enhance comfort during insertion while reducing immediate semen leakage.
The best part? This home insemination kit helps to maintain your privacy and control over the process so you can create the family you’ve always dreamed of.