Our expert says:
The symptoms you are describing my possibly be early changes of pregnancy. I would suggest that you either do a blood pregnancy test if you have not yet missed your period or if you have missed your period already, do a urine pregnancy test that is commercially available at your pharmacy. The chances of falling pregnant with a low sperm count is always lower than normal but it also depends entirely on how low the sperm count is and in addition other factors like the motility of the sperm and the quality or the morphology of the sperm. In addition from your side you also need to find out if your hormones are all normal, if you are ovulating and in addition to see if your fallopian tubes are patent. I suggest you visit you gynaecologist or fertility specialist to undertake all of the above tests.
Answered by: Dr Y. M. Dasoo
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