Posted by Chantel Martiromo
Fertility is a natural process to insure the survival of human
species. Through natural selection, we produce many offspring when the
reproductive system works at it's peak in the suitable environment with
plenty of food around. On the other hand, the reproductive system may
completely shut down or work at it's minimum state and we produce less
offspring, when the environment is hostile including less foods around,
war, epidemic, but regardless of all these factors, most women are
capable of conceiving during their menstrual cycle before reaching the
stage of menopause.
Spermic Causes of Infertility
or teratozoospermia is a condition in which the sperm is mature
abnormally such as th round headed spermatozoa affecting fertility in
males by reducing sperm mobility and preventing sperm from penetrating
into the egg.
2. Sperm agglutination
Sperm agglutination is a
condition in which sperm clumping together due to infection or antibody
reactions, thereby reducing the sperm's ability to fertilize egg and
increasing the risk of infection.
3. Immature sperm
manufactured in the testicles which are located in the scrotum. Immature
sperm cells start to develop and grow in the seminiferous tubules then
pass into the epididymis, where the sperm are stored and continue to
grow and gain the ability to swim.
is defined as the condition of totally absent sperm movement. The cause
of necrozoospermia is still unknown. Some suggest it may be caused by a
birth defect or obstructive pathology including hydrocoele, and
Oligospermia is defined as a
condition of having a low number of sperm during ejaculation of the
male. It is caused by abnormal enlargement of the vein, sperm duct
infection, or abnormal functioning of the pituitary gland in hormone
secretion for production of sperm.
6. Klinefelter's syndrome
is a genetic defect of the male with one Y chromosome and 2 X
chromosomes leading to hormone imbalance, including lack of
testosterone. Male breast, small testes and the interference with normal
sperm production (semen found to have no sperm) causing infertility.
7. Germ cell phasia
we known, the men's testicle contains germ cells for sperm production.
Germ cell phasia is a genetic disease in men in which testicles have no
germ cells thus are unable to produce sperm.
8. Epididymal obstruction
is a tiny tube which attaches to the testicle. Epididymals obstruction
is defined as the blockage of the passage of sperm to the penis leading
to low sperm count and increases the risk of infertility.
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