From impotence to male infertility - just one step

From impotence to male infertility - just one step

Globally, 50% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 are struggling with impotence. In fact, there are many more such sufferers, because many ignore this problem and are ashamed to accept their infertility. They think it is synonymous with lack of masculinity and failure. They have low self-esteem, fear being rejected by their partner, and often become depressed. Why is this happening?

The main causes of impotence in men

An impotent person is a person who finds it difficult to experience sexual desire, to insert the penis into the vagina, to achieve an erection and ejaculation, to experience an orgasm. It is generally accepted that impotence and male infertility occur only in adulthood. However, more and more young people have big problems with potency.

Its cause lies in many factors:

  • in the wrong diet;
  • in lifestyle - lack of physical activity, hard physical work, sedentary work, harmful working conditions (work at high or low temperatures, with prolonged exposure to gasoline and solvent vapors);
  • the presence of chronic diseases such as diabetes, nephritis, tuberculosis, diseases of the pancreas, thyroid gland and liver; of cardio-vascular system.
  • abuse of alcohol, nicotine, drugs (especially cocaine, marijuana, morphine);
  • frequent change of sexual partners, which leads to the occurrence of sexually transmitted diseases.

The semen produces too few sperm cells or their quality is too low, insufficient for fertilization without medical intervention. Among the diseases that can adversely affect male fertility, one of the first places is occupied by mumps (mumps). It is a viral disease, one of the most common in childhood, with painful swelling of the salivary glands, neck and jaw. It is very dangerous in both childhood and adulthood, because the paramyxovirus that causes it is extremely contagious. It spreads easily by droplets, breathing and sharing utensils.

Research has shown that about 1/3 of boys who have had mumps may become infertile after puberty. An equally common cause of infertility in men is varicose veins of the spermatic cord (varicocele). This disease consists in the expansion, stretching and lengthening of the venous vessels that collect blood from the testicle and form a flagellar ligament in the scrotum above the testicle. It is most common in young men. In most cases - on the left, in 15% of cases - on the right. Outflow of venous blood is impaired, which puts excessive pressure on the flagellar plexus and causes it to expand, lengthen and twist. The consequence is degenerative changes in the testes that decrease the total sperm count and increase the percentage of abnormal sperm.

Kallman syndrome is a genetic disorder characterized by the absence or impairment of the sense of smell, but also by delayed puberty or even its absence. Men with Kallman syndrome have very small testicles, a small penis, very low testosterone levels, and no olfactory bulbs. The cause of the disease is a deficiency in the secretion of gonadoliberin - gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH). If Kallman syndrome is diagnosed over the age of 16, eunuchoid body proportions are common. This ultimately leads to tall stature and relatively long limbs in relation to the length of the body, and the ratio of the upper and lower body parts can be reduced.

Sexually transmitted diseases are sexually transmitted infections caused by Trichomonas vaginalis, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, or Mycoplasma genitalium. They can lead to complications that can lead to permanent infertility or the maturation of abnormal sperm. Opportunistic E. coli, Enterococcus faecalis, Staphylococcus saprophyticus et epidermidis, Ureaplasma urealyticum et Mycoplasma hominis can support inflammation of the testicles and appendages, prostate gland and seminal vesicles.

These diseases can lead to adverse changes in sperm and significantly reduce the ability of sperm to fertilize.

How to solve problems with potency quickly and without a visit to the doctor

Many men are ashamed of their erection problems. But this is a common disease that can and must be cured.

The earlier you are consulted by a good venereologist, the more likely it is that the problem will be resolved quickly. Research into the causes of male infertility is much simpler and cheaper than female infertility.

In many cases, this problem can be solved by consulting a venereologist online. He will assess the situation, ask questions about the state of health, listen to complaints, give recommendations and prescribe further research, on the basis of which he will select suitable treatment methods.

If you are worried about changes in sexual activity, do not wait for the problem to worsen, but immediately contact a urologist - Alexander Ivanovich Manzhura.
Thanks to the quick diagnostics, which the venereologist will conduct online, and competent treatment, you will soon be able to enjoy your sex life and conceive a healthy child.