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Erectile Dysfunction - THE NORMAL HAPPENINGS
The man- Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Fertility) - Low Sperm Count
The man's role in conception is the production and ejaculation of sperm cells. To fertilize an egg, a man must be capable of producing adequate numbers of swimming (motile) sperm. Only a few of these sperm cells will in the end reach the egg, and only one will actually enter and fertilize it.
During puberty, the testes become active and start to produce sperm. From his teens until about the age of 70, a man will typically produce 5,000 sperm cells every minute. Ejaculation produces semen, which is a mixture of two per cent sperm cells and 98 per cent liquid produced by the glands in the testes. Production of sperm is under the control of FSH and LH, the same hormones that control the woman's fertility.
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Erectile Dysfunction (Fertility, Fertilization) Semen analysis
This will give information about the number of sperm per millilitre, the percentage of sperm swimming normally (motility), and the percentage of abnormal sperm. There can be considerable variation in the results between different samples, which is why a reduced semen analysis will always be checked with one or two repeat tests.
The sperm must first looks normal in quality and then the sperm must not be too thin, must be thick enough but not too dry like type. Usually the patient will bring along the result when coming for KL Kuala Lumpur Treatment with Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine.
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|Male Erectile Dysfunction (Fertility Problems) - Research By KL Kuala Lumpur Infertility and Acupuncture Herbal Herbs Medicine Treatment
What are Erectile Dysfunction (Fertility Problems)?
Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) can be defined as the failure to achieve pregnancy after regular unprotected sex for at least 2 months. 'Primary' Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) means failure to achieve a first pregnancy, 'secondary' Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) means failure to achieve a subsequent pregnancy.
Primary Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) is an extremely common problem, affecting more than one in seven (15 per cent) couples attempting their first pregnancy in all the cities of the world. Among those experiencing difficulty with conception, a male Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) is considered important in around 40 per cent of couples. In 15 per cent of couples it will be solely a male fertility problem and in around 25 per cent, there will be a problem in both partners.
Why do men get Erectile Dysfunction (fertility problems)?
There are several causes of fertility problems in men. They include:
obstructive problems (blockages in sperm-carrying tubes)
testicular injury and disease
problems with erection and ejaculation
general Medicine disorders that reduce fertility, weak conditions
western drugs that reduce fertility
environmental toxins and radiation.
A blockage in a sperm-carrying tubes has many potential causes. The most common are outlined below.
Groin surgery (including hernia repair and fixation of undescended testicles).
Trauma to the scrotum sack covering the testicles (even fairly minor sporting injuries).
Infection (particularly chlamydia, gonorrhoea and tuberculosis).
Previous vasectomy (a form of contraception that involves tying the sperm-carrying tubes).
Some men have congenital (present at birth) absence of the vas deferens on one or both sides. The vas deferens is the tube that conducts the testicular component of semen to the urethra, which then carries semen through the penis to the outside world. About 10 per cent of men with an obstructive cause for their Infertility will have this problem. The seminal vesicles (where other semen components are made) are often absent too.
Another rare obstructive cause is Berry-Perkins-Young syndrome, in which sufferers have a chronic chest disease (bronchiectasis), chronic sinusitis and obstructive Infertility, Lung's Qi obstruction.
Testicular injury and disease
A blow to the testicles, which may occur in sport or during a fight, can cause swelling of the testicles, or bleeding in or around them. This probably causes the blood supply to the testicles to fail, resulting in permanent damage to the sperm production mechanism. Torsion of the testicles (twisting of a testicle on its cord) can have a similar effect if it is not treated very quickly with surgery. Viral infections can cause inflammation of the testicles (orchitis, which usually appears as painful swelling of the testicles) and failure of sperm production.
Mumps is the best-known cause, but is not the only one. Mumps will only affect fertility if it causes orchitis and, even then, only rarely. Undescended testicles (cryptorchidism) are another common cause of failure of sperm production.
Male Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) - Varicocele
A varicocele is a dilation of the testicular veins in the spermatic cord that leads from the testicles to the abdomen. The role of this condition in causing Infertility is uncertain and highly controversial. Varicoceles occur in 15-20 per cent of fertile men and 30-40 per cent of men with fertility problems. They can occur on either or both sides, but are far more common on the left.
Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) Sperm disorders
Disorders of sperm numbers, movement and shape are common in men with Infertility. Prolonged abstinence from ejaculation can affect sperm motility. Modern techniques can identify structural and biochemical abnormalities within the individual sperm.
Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) Genetic disorders
Problems with chromosomes (packages of genetic material) occur in about 2 to 20 per cent of infertile men and can affect their Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems) in two ways:
chromosome disorders can affect the development of the testicles. These are usually disorders of the sex chromosomes, by far the most common being Klinefelter's syndrome. In this disorder, instead of having 46 chromosomes, including one X and one Y chromosome (46XY), the man has an additional X chromosome (47XXY).
chromosome abnormalities can disrupt cell division and sperm production.
Problems with erection and ejaculation
Problems with sex are the principal cause of Infertility in about 5% of couples. This can be due to:
impotence (inability to attain or maintain an erection adequate for intercourse)
failure to ejaculate
inability to achieve vaginal penetration for other reasons.
Testosterone deficiency can reduce fertility and may be caused by problems with testicular testosterone production, or problems with the pituitary gland or hypothalamus in the brain, which control testosterone production. Overproduction of prolactin (hyperprolactinaemia), a hormone produced by the pituitary gland, may also reduce fertility.
General Medicine disorders that reduce fertility. There are several conditions that may reduce Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems).
Fever: influenza, pneumonia, or even a severe cold can cause a high fever, which will adversely affect sperm production and quality. These changes usually recover over a few weeks.
Diabetes: in the longer term, diabetes can cause problems with erection and ejaculation through causing damage to the function of the 'automatic nervous system'.
High blood pressure: high blood pressure can cause problems with erection, either directly or as a side effect of Chinese Medicine eg amlodipine.
Coronary artery disease: coronary artery disease can cause problems with erection. This could be due to generalized hardening of the arteries, in the penis as well as the heart, or to drugs used in the treatment of heart problems.
Neurological disorders: multiple sclerosis, stroke, and spinal cord injury and disease can all cause problems with erection and ejaculation.
Kidney disease: chronic renal failure, which results in a build up of waste products in the body, can adversely affect sperm quality and fertility. It can also cause erection problems.
Cancer: cancers that affect the genital tract or endocrine (hormone-producing) systems may directly reduce fertility. Otherwise, drugs and radiation used to treat cancer may severely reduce sperm production or even stop it altogether. Stress (see below) may also have an effect.
Alcoholism: alcohol is toxic to sperm and overuse of alcohol can reduce sperm quality and Erectile Dysfunction (Infertility Problems).
Stress: stress causes several hormonal changes in the body that can affect fertility. Stress can have many causes, including anxiety over fertility problems.
ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS AND RADIATION
Several media reports have highlighted research studies showing that sperm counts are falling and that male fertility is declining, possibly because of environmental pollution. A similar number of studies have shown no change whatsoever, but these do not make such good headlines and often fail to be reported in the media.
Is male fertility in decline? Because evidence exists both one way and the other, the answer must be 'maybe'! One thing is certain, and that is that many more environmental toxins that might affect fertility exist now than 50 years ago.
Potential toxin Origin Effect Alkylphenols Industrial and domestic detergents -Hormonal disrupter
Bisphenol A Lacquers to coat foods; dental treatments -Hormonal disrupter Dioxins Paper production; transformer disposal - Hormonal disrupter Organochlorine pesticides (Lindane, DDT, etc,) Lindane used on cereals, soft fruits, cabbage - Hormonal disrupter
Phthalates Plastics industry Hormonal disrupter - testicular toxin
Phyto-oestrogens (found in certain types of plant products) Some soya products- Hormonal disrupter
Vinclozolin Fungicide used on foods -Hormonal disrupter .