Semen and sperm 2

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Semen and sperm  2
Posted in 2012

Other causes may include:
  • Genetic factors: A man should have an X and Y chromosome. If he has two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome, as in Klinefelter's syndrome, the testicles will develop abnormally and there will be low testosterone and a low sperm count or no sperm.
  • Mumps: If this occurs after puberty, inflammation of the testicles may affect sperm production.
  • Hypospadias: The urethral opening is under the penis, instead of its tip. This abnormality is usually surgically corrected in infancy. If the correction is not done, it may be harder for the sperm to get to the female's cervix. Hypospadias affects about 1 in every 500 newborn boys.
  • Cystic fibrosis: This is a chronic disease that results in the creation of a sticky mucus. This mucus mainly affects the lungs, but males may also have a missing or obstructed vas deferens. The vas deferens carries sperm from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct and the urethra.
  • Radiation therapy: This can impair sperm production. The severity usually depends on how near to the testicles the radiation was aimed.
  • Some diseases: Conditions that are sometimes linked to lower fertility in males are anemia, Cushing's syndrome, diabetes, and thyroid disease.
Some medications increase the risk of fertility problems in men.
  • Sulfasalazine: This anti-inflammatory drug can significantly lower a man's sperm count. It is often prescribed for Crohn's disease or rheumatold  arthritis. Sperm count often returns to normal after stopping the medication.
  • Anabolic steroids: Popular with bodybuilders and athletes, long-term use can seriously reduce sperm count and mobility.
  • Chemotherapy: Some types may significantly reduce sperm count.
  • Illegal drugs: Consumption of marijuana and cocaine can lower the sperm count.
  • Age: Male fertility starts to fall after 40 years.
  • Exposure to chemicals: Pesticides, for example, may increase the risk.
  • Excess alcohol consumption: This may lower male fertility. Moderate alcohol consumption has not been shown to lower fertility in most men, but it may affect those who already have a low sperm count.
  • Overweight or obesity: This may reduce the chance of conceiving.
  • Mental stress: Stress can be a factor, especially if it leads to reduced sexual activity.
Laboratory studies have suggested that long-term acetaminophen use during pregnancy may effect fertility in males by lowering testosterone production. Women are advised not to use the drug for more than one day.



My advise
1....  Most of us don't the difference between Semen and Sperm
2..    Semen is the combination of the fluid  and sperm
3...   Sperm consist of nutrients which combines the nutrients of female egg to form healthy child.
4...   The nutrients of sperm or egg depends upon the couples food habits.   If they eat healthy food which contain all needed nutrients then only the child will be healthy otherwise not.
5...   Eat healthy food for your healthy sperm or eggs
6...   Control diabetes, hypertension and other with your healthy habits
7...   Avoid unhealthy habits like smoking, alcohol.............

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