Four Types of Males Are Not Suitable for Late Childbearing

Author: John
Time: 2019/9/16 15:44:38

With the increase of education years and work pressure, more and more young people choose to have delayed marrying childbearing. Although late marriage and late childbearing can create better economic living conditions for their next generations, the older the age, the worse the fertility. For men, sperm quality decreases with age. Men with the following characteristics are not suitable for late childbearing:

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Varicocele is a major cause of male infertility, mostly in young adults. The incidence of varicocele accounts for 10% to 15% of the normal male population and 9% to 41% of male infertility. This is a vascular disease without obvious clinical symptoms. This disease can detain blood in the scrotum, leading to excessive testicular temperature and accumulation of harmful substances in the testis. Over time, sperm quality and fertility will be reduced. 

Genital system infection

Patients with genital inflammation, such as epididymitis, orchitis, prostatitis, should consider using Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to eliminate the inflammation and give birth as early as possible. Infection of the genitourinary tract, especially obstruction of vas deferens caused by gonorrhea or tuberculosis, and testicular atrophy caused by epididymitis and orchitis can lead to male infertility significantly.

Poor semen quality

Some people will find that the quality of semen is poor when they do semen examination. Although they may not have fertility plans or have no girlfriend at all, they should closely observe the quality of sperm, increase physical exercise, and get married and have children as soon as possible. 

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Some specific occupation

Personnel engaged in special industries, such as radiologists and nuclear power plant workers, who have received large amounts of radiation for a long time, need to have children as early as possible. Because male spermatogenic cells are extremely sensitive to radiation, long-term exposure to large amounts of radiation can damage spermatogenic cells and may increase the rate of sperm malformation. 

In addition, people exposed to toxic substances for a long time, such as workers in pesticide factories and heavy metals factories, will be exposed to toxic substances such as pesticides and heavy metals for a long time, resulting in the accumulation of harmful substances in pesticides in the body, directly reducing sperm density and vitality, and some may also directly damage. These people should protect themselves in their work, and try not to give late childbearing before or at the beginning of their work. 

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In addition, men with older partners should also have early childbearing, because the risk of abortion, premature delivery, stillbirth, and various pregnancy complications of pregnant women over 35 years of age will increase significantly.

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