Low sperm count is one of the most common causes of infertility. Many women who are unable to conceive become frustrated and give up after learning that their husbands have low sperm count (lsc), believing that pregnancy is impossible. This is incorrect because researchers have discovered that it is possible to conceive even if your partner has LSC.
In comparison to the average of 75 million, a man with LSC produces approximately 15 million sperm per milliliter of sperm. This decreases the likelihood of his sperm reaching and fertilizing an egg, but fertilization is still possible if you’re willing to act. In this article, I’ll explain how to get pregnant even if your partner has LSC.
1. Have frequent ovulation-timing intercourse.
To increase your chances of getting pregnant, you should have copulation with your partner every day. Medical experts also recommend that you have sex with your partner a few days before and after ovulation to increase the likelihood that your eggs will be fertilized by your partner’s sperm.
2. Avoid activities that cause the testicles to become hot.
Sperm is stored in the testicles, and increased temperature in that area significantly reduces sperm quality. This is why you should make sure your husband avoids activities that raise the temperature of his testicles, such as frequent hot tub dips, saunas, and steam rooms.
3. Make use of supplements
Supplements help add vitamins and antioxidants to your diet, which can improve sperm quality if you have a dietary deficiency. Fenugreek, zinc, folate, and vitamin D supplements are all excellent choices. Before taking supplements, consult your doctor.
4. Have patience
I understand how difficult it is to be patient when dealing with infertility, but you should be aware that lifestyle changes and treatments may not have an immediate impact on sperm count. On average, you may have to wait 2 to 3 months.