What Is Asthenozoospermia?(2)

Date:2016-12-30 click:
4. Mycoplasma infection
Mycoplasma infection is a kind of STD. Once infected, the mycoplasma will stick to the sperm tail and affect sperm motility.
5. Obstacle of testicular spermatogenic function
It may be caused by an infection of mumps and accompanied with orchitis. If the testicular spermatogenic epithelium is incomplete, the quality and motility of sperm will be reduced.
6. Unhealthy lifestyles
Studies indicate that males who are drinking and smoking too much have an increased risk of asthenozoospermia. Because nicotine and alcohol can change the environment of semen, which results in low sperm motility.
7. Anti-sperm antibody
The cause of the anti-sperm antibody hasn't been found out completely. It can induce the self-defense of sperm, which will cause their own immune system to produce antibodies, and then sperm will be difficult to live.

If you have been married for more than two years and did not take any contraceptive measures, but your wife still can not conceive naturally.
In general, patients with asthenospermia will have non-liquefied semen, low sperm motility. Besides, the secretion of prostate fluid will increase. Thus, the quantity of sperm is increased as well. As the semen is diluted, the number of sperm per milliliter semen will reduce. Therefore, the chance of conception is decreased.
Some patients with asthenospermia will have backache and weak knees, chills, and dull pain in the abdomen and perineum area. In addition, some patients may also have dizziness, tinnitus, insomnia, forgetfulness and dry mouth.
The semen of the patients with asthenospermia is usually thick and yellow; sometimes there is a burning sensation, swelling pain in the perineum or painful ejaculation, patients with the severe conditions may even have fear of sex and low libido.

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