There are many known causes for male infertility
. The initial diagnostic test is a semen analysis
Studies suggest that normal fertility is associated with sperm counts of > 48 million/mL with a motility of > 63%, with > 12% having normal morphology. Subfertility is seen when sperm counts are
There is a genetic component, usually, with azoospermia (absence of sperm) or oligospermia (low sperm count
). However, there may be other reasons such as low testosterone
levels. Other disorders of the testes are often associated with impaired spermatogenesis
(low sperm production).
In any case of impaired fertility, consultation with a fertility specialist to determine the exact cause of infertility.
Increased frequency of ejaculation does not increase your chances of becoming pregnant.