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Asthenozoospermia Causes Male Infertility

Introduction: Asthenozoospermia Causes Male Infertility

Asthenozoospermia is defined as sperm that do not move or "swim" normally. It is also known as weak sperm motility and can cause male sub-fertility or infertility. Sperm that are unable to move normally have less chance of successfully fertilizing a woman's egg and producing a pregnancy. Asthenozoospermia is a common cause of male infertility and has a variety of causes, including smoking, marijuana use, heavy alcohol use, and the use of steroids. Asthenozoospermia is evaluated using a semen analysis test.

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