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Genital infections take place in 70% of cases without symptoms, but cause sterility

Frequent urge to urinate. Secretions from the urethra. Increased fatigue, muscle or joint pain. Deformation sperm. Sterility. These and other concepts are linked to a chlamydial infection and other STDs, with which the male face.

What kind of men suffer from venereal diseases in the Czech Republic most often? What causes irreversible damage sperm and sterility? When should men be tested, and all the consequences of STDs be cured?
To the topic in a commentary expresses a renowned sexologist and gynecologist MD. Pavel Turčan.

In the Czech Republic are the most widespread chlamydia

First and foremost, it must be said that very much depends on what we deem venereal disease. In a narrower sense here we are only like a typical STDs, such as gonorrhea or syphilis. In a broader sense, however, these diseases much more. During sex because we can pass relatively common bacterium, so I love all infectious diseases. Thus, for example, Hepatitis B, staphylococcus, streptococcus or chlamydia. Now chlamydia they are in male fertility probably the most risky. Chlamydia infection can indeed quite often occur without symptoms or only have scanty set of symptoms. The most common include frequent urination, sometimes slight secretion from the urethra, pain in the prostate and testicles, as well as fatigue, muscle and joint pain. Infected man so often unaware that suffers from a disease, let alone that his state of health do stuff. It will be appreciated that, when present leukospermie or chronic infection without symptoms sometimes occurs in 70% of cases. In the Czech Republic chlamydial infection most common venereal diseases, while diseases that is frequently detected in men who are unable to conceive a child.

Worst of all, mumps, and routine matters but infection

Major problems with fertility in males can cause disease which is not sexually transmitted. It is a mumps. It has serious implications especially if held until puberty or in adulthood. It may in fact cause the total destruction of the seminiferous tubules and thus sterility.

Considerable problems can then cause other infections, both bacterial or chlamydia. Quite often they are in fact the cause deformation of sperm. Then not only those that can naturally fertilize an egg, but can not be used even for artificial insemination. These sperm are morphologically is defective. Some infections may also cause obstruction of the vas deferens and thus also sterility. You can not say specifically that the infection is behind this, but the most common are chlamydia and just Escherichia coli bacterial infections.

The consequences of prior infection can be removed using the help of antibiotics and consequently appropriate to encourage the return to a healthy state natural resources type Fertilan that support sperm quality. I vas deferens obstruction can already being bypassed and that artificial insemination using semen sample directly from the testis and epididymis. However, if the destruction of the seminiferous tubules, and the man had his own biological offspring, unfortunately in vain. Remedial help neither medicines nor natural products.

Spermiogrammes also detects asymptomatic infection

In the case that the man has long been faced with the frequent urge to urinate or tan or sawing during urination or after ejaculation, or if record any changes in the color or consistency of semen must, as soon as possible should seek medical advice and be properly tested. Given the factors which can have a negative effect sperm quality, in our environment rather increasing, it is useful to have even just get tested preventively sperm. When assessing sperm quality is evaluate the presence of other cells, such as leucocytes or bacteria, and quite often when it can reveal hidden, asymptomatic infection. There can thus capture and cure time.

The author comments: gynecologist and sexologist MD. Pavel Turčan
Source: tz Lesenský.cz

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