Sperm & Semen
Semen is the substance that is ejaculated by the male reproductive system, namely genital, and contains the sperm. Several glands contribute material to the semen as the sperm make their way from the seminal vesicles to the environment outside the male body.
Semen is a white fluid substance that cum out of the penis's open end through the male urethra during orgasm whereas sperm is a mandatory cell body in the semen that with sperm, semen has got nothing to do.
Sperm cannot directly see the face of the earth nor come out of the male genital body. It needs a medium to pass out from the body which is none other than semen.
The purpose of sperm is to fertilize the female egg whereas the purpose of semen is to help the sperm make its way to the egg.
The semen fluid is made mostly of water, plasma, and mucus whereas sperm is a minute spermatozoa cell that equals the size of 1/1600th of an inch.
The semen ejaculated at one shot of the penis through sexual stimulation contains at least to least 500 million sperm cells.
Sperm is a spermatozoa cell found in semen. Semen is the production of testosterone hormone present in men. Sperm is also considered as semen, the one and only high viscous energy substance excreted from the mind's sexual power
Coming to sperm production, the testes are responsible for making testosterone, the primary male sex hormone, and for producing sperm. The testes contain coiled masses of tubes called seminiferous tubules that are responsible for producing the sperm cells through a process called spermatogenesis.
The normal spermatozoal content of semen amounts to 28-225 million per milliliter.
What is a low sperm count?
A low sperm count is the condition of semen that is produced by the testicles in the male human body in correspondence to the reproductive system.
A low sperm count could lead to low fertility count. Low fertility count does not mean infertility but contains various lags and deficiencies. For suppose, low sperm semen cannot guarantee a healthy by-product.
A low sperm count is fewer than 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen or fewer than 39 million per ejaculation. A low sperm count is considered to be anything between 10 and 20 million sperm per milliliter.
Semen could be less dense with the presence of less number of sperm in it. Low-quality semen is a subject of low fertility count. Low sperm semen possesses less viscosity resulting in its inability to engage connected to open the ovary eggs. The low fertility count makes the semen go faster and diluted inside the vaginal cavity that it almost becomes like urine-like fluidity, losing access to succumb to female fertilizers.
What is the normal sperm count to get pregnant?
If the sperm count is above 15 million per milliliter, it is the average sperm count and the chances of getting pregnant is 50-50.
Twenty million sperm per milliliter might be adequate for pregnancy if the sperm are healthy.
Semen analysis is a test to figure out what it is all about sperm, sperm count and semen. Most of the couples who are failed at getting pregnant would look after the semen analysis to determine if something is wrong with sperm or semen.
There could be chances for not sperm count but semen affects the woman from not getting pregnant, there is a need to take care of sperm motility altogether.
The qualified and quantified sperm content and the count would definitely possess more motility such that the ease of passage of semen during sexual intercourse is a painless pleasure.
Better sperm motility would also help sexual activity free from sexually transmitted diseases.
Good sperm motility would help maintain the penis clean and well. The sperm motility would help the passage go in bulk with smooth surface texture leaving no chance for semen to remain at any part of the penile body. Otherwise it would result in balanitis, phimosis, a kind of skin disease, and infections.
The unsafe sex would involve the vaginal cavity getting wet with semen. The low quality and quantity of sperm due to its less viscosity and density may not allow semen to go as bulk and hit a spot but become all over the vaginal cavity walls.
Abnormal Sperm production
Sperm production Is the content of the whole male reproductive system. Due to various conditions observed internally and outwardly, few men are conditioned to abnormal sperm production. The abnormality would lead to infertility.
There are three types of abnormal sperm production varying with how different the sperm count is. They are,
The complete absence of sperm cells in the ejaculated orgasm is called semen in men. This could be due to a complete disorder of testosterone or duct glands.
This condition leads to watery semen. That is, the semen content has less sperm. The fluid of semen is so liquid where it is supposed to be semi-liquid.
The thick semen ejected through a penile erection is called Teratospermia. The thickness of semen is more than required with a high proportion of sperm resulting in an abnormal shape.