What do you know about oligoasthenoteratozoospermia or OAT?
When a man develops oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (OAT), he has the following symptoms of infertility that include-
- A sperm count that is too low (oligozoospermia)
- Sperm motility or movement is poor (asthenozoospermia)
- Shape or morphology of sperm that is abnormal (teratozoospermia)
All variables in a semen analysis are subnormal in this scenario. Male infertility is frequently caused by OAT. The causes of OAT is due to the following factors that include-
- Genetic factors
- Lifestyle factors
- Testicular factors
Physical examinations, blood tests, genetic tests, sperm analysis, DNA testing, and sperm analysis, can all be used to diagnose OATS.
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