The diagnosis of Oligospermia requires a biological analysis of the sperm called ” spermogram “. To know! A spermogram requires a sperm collection. The majority of laboratories ask that the sperm collection be done directly in the laboratory in order to avoid sperm degradation between the collection and the analysis.
When oligospermia is severe and/or associated with another sperm abnormality, such as teratospermia and/or asthenospermia, we can speak of male infertility. To treat it and try to carry out pregnancy in spite of it, one can opt for assisted reproductive technology, and in particular to artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization with or without ICSI […]