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An abnormal sperm count may also indicate an underlying health condition. A normal sperm count ranges from 15 million sperm to more than million sperm per milliliter mL of semen. Anything less than 15 million sperm per milliliter, or 39 million sperm per ejaculate, is considered low. A low sperm count is often referred to as oligospermia. A high, or above average, sperm count is over million sperm per millimeter. You can determine your sperm count through a semen analysis. The number, shape, and mobility of sperm are important for testing for male factor infertility.
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The Science Policy Briefing on male reproductive health published by the authoritative European Science Foundation ESF in echoes the views expressed in the famous paper by Carlsen et al. The authors are convinced that the male reproductive system in industrialized countries is under attack from environmental chemicals. This may have far-reaching consequences for the reproductive capacity of future generations. Their arguments, however, contain some misconceptions about declining sperm quality and fertility.
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