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    Dr. Radhika Meka

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      Reproductive Endocrinologist, IVF Specialist, Infertility Specialist

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      15 years of Experience

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      Anna Nagar, Chennai

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    Q. Can I get pregnant if my partner has low sperm count?
    • Yes, it’s possible to get pregnant with low sperm count but it would be more difficult and takes more time. If sperm count is lesser than 15 million per ml of semen then IUI or IVF treatment is suggested. Low sperm count can be increased by adopting healthy lifestyle. In medical terminology, low sperm count is also known as oligospermia.

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      - Ramprasad Prashanth,   Posted on: April 7, 2018, 10:33 a.m.