Uknown effect . Oligospermia, or decreased sperm quantity in the ejaculate, can be from obstructive or non-obstructive causes and frequency of sexual activity rarely plays a role in oligospermia. The cause of it should be elucidated first by a urologist.
About every 2 days. In order to acheive the maximum number of sperm in the ejaculate a man should ejaculate about once every 48 hours. The underlying cause of oligospermia needs to be identified such that it can be addressed. There are pre-testicular, testicular, and post-testicular causes of low sperm counts. A urologist can help if infertility persists as a problem.