Having a low sperm count doesn’t just impact your choice to have children. It can also be linked to certain illnesses such as testicular or prostate cancer. Keeping your sperm count healthy—meaning having at least fifteen million sperm in a milliliter of semen—is important for keeping healthy and ensuring that you’ll be ready when or if you decide to have children. What are the causes of low sperm count?
By Allie Gamble|2015-08-12T13:26:54+00:00August 12th, 2015|Categories: Male Infertility, Men's Health, Urology Specialists|Tags: causes of low sperm count, causes of male infertility, charlotte male infertility, drinking alcohol and smoking, low sperm count, male exercise, male infertility, male stress|Comments Off on 5 Causes of a Low Sperm Count