There are many things that can affect a person’s sperm count, including congenital disorder-like hormonal changes. Other acquired diseases, such as mumps, can also have an effect. Illicit drugs, alcohol, certain toxins, smoking, and exposure to heavy metals like lead and mercury can all affect sperm production. Trauma or illnesses such as liver disease and kidney disease are factors as well. Fertility can be affected if there are problems with delivering the sperm from the testes. Problems anywhere along the tract from the testicles, including the epididymis , vas deferens, and prostate, can affect fertility. Retrograde ejaculation — when the ejaculate goes in the wrong direction — can decrease fertility, though not necessarily sperm count.
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