Oligospermia - oligospermia is known as a low sperm count, when there are few sperms cells produced.
Ovary - an ovary is a small gland and an essential part of a woman's reproductive system. The female reproductive system includes two ovaries, one on each side of the pelvic area. Contrary to popular belief, the ovaries don't take turns from month to month. They both develop follicles with potential eggs, and the "best egg" wins.
Ovulation - ovulation takes place when a mature egg, or ovum, is released from the ovary. The egg begins as an immature egg, within a follicle of the ovary. Before ovulation can occur, the ovaries are first stimulated by the follicle-stimulate hormone (FSH), encouraging several follicles to develop, each of which contains an oocyte (immature egg). Normally, only one of the follicles will fully develop a mature egg. Luteinizing hormone (LH) surges just before ovulation, speeding up the maturation process and triggering the follicle to release, or ovulate, the egg.
Ovum - an ovum is the mature female gamete cell, or egg. During ovulation, an ovum is released from the ovary. A fertilized ovum is called an "embryo." Ova is plural for ovum.