Not necessarily. A low result indicates that your sperm concentration is lower than most fertile men according to World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines. Sperm concentration can also vary day to day and may be affected by you health, wellness, and lifestyle habits. If you consistently see low test results you are advised to consult a urologist specializing in male reproductive health for a medical evaluation and guidance. See our online guide for more info about male fertility evaluations.
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