What is Sperm?
Sperm is the male reproductive cells A uniflagellar sperm cell in the male that is motile is referred to as a spermatozoon and whereas a non-motile sperm cell is referred to as a spermatium. The human sperm cell is haploid. The primary sperm function is to reach the ovum and fuse with it. The sperm cell divided into two parts head: contains the nucleus with densely coiled chromatin fibres and tail: also called the flagellum is the longest part. Sperm quantity and quality are the main parameters in semen quality in male. Sperm production occurs in the testicles
Facts About Sperm
- Denmark has a well-developed system of human sperm export.
Sperm was first observed in 1677 by Antonie van Leeuwenhoek using a microscope.
- Tips for Healthy Sperm
- Take your vitamins including vitamins D, C, E, and CoQ10
- Avoid alcoholic drinks and tobacco
- Bicycling more than five hours per week is associated with lower sperm concentration.
- Sperm count affects the use of reproductive technology, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF),
- Low sperm count can be treated with the process of injected directly into the egg through a process called intracytoplasmic.
- Many things that can affect a person’s sperm count, many things that can affect a person’s sperm count like eating habitats, overweight and underweight
- The sperms contain the DNA.
- The normal range of sperms is 20 million to 300 million sperms per millimetre. Reasons for Low Sperm Count are:
• Existing genetic condition
• Alcoholism, smoking, consuming tobacco or other drugs.
• Hernia treatment
• Hormonal imbalance
• Exposure radiation, poisonous chemicals
• Blockages caused due to infections
• Groin injuries or pelvic injuries.