Day: December 6, 2020

Pathogenesis of male infertility

Destroying semen can damage new sperm cells, preventing them from leaving their testicular appendage. It is recommended that men ejaculate every two or three days to keep the sperm quality in optimal condition. During ejaculation, about 250 million sperm start moving through the ejaculatory duct and the urinary tract (urethra) outwards. The movement of spermatozoa […]

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Male infertility. Definition of disease

The cause of male infertility may be environmental factors, such as: Industrial chemicals. Prolonged exposure to benzene, toluene, xylene, pesticides, herbicides, organic solvents, paintwork materials and lead has a negative impact on semen quality and quantity. Heavy metals. Exposure to lead or other heavy metals can also depress spermatogenesis. Radiation or X-rays. Exposure to radiation […]

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Male infertility. Causes of disease

Infertility is understood as the absence of conception in a couple living a regular sexual life without using contraception for more than one year. Infertility is faced by about 15% of couples who plan to conception each year. The cause of infertility may be a reproductive failure in one of the partners (male or female) […]

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