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MONDAY, June 9, 2014 (HealthDay News) Men who carry a cellphone in their pants pocket may harm their sperm and reduce their chances of having children, a new review warns. The research team analyzed the findings of 10 studies that examined how. Here are 10 surprising factors that may affect a man’s sperm. Overheating. Human testes cannot function properly unless they are able to stay cooler than the rest of the body.

Thankfully, the. 11 Things That Kills A Man’s Sperm Count And How To Boost It Less hours of sleep. There are several studies done on sleeping hours where it mentioned how much hour is necessary for Smoking.

Smoking is injurious to health and this everyone knows but do you bother of it? I know you and numerous. Cell phone exposure may hurt the way your sperm move and decrease the number that are swimming around, a recent British review of 10 studies concluded.

The. And from his own reading, John already knows that damaged sperm can lead to miscarriage, birth defects, and even childhood illnesses. 50 Surprising Things You Never Knew About ‘Sex and the City’. Obesity reduces sperm count and disturbs hormone balance. Fat tissues produces estrogen, which lowers testosterone level and leads to infertility.

Similarly if a person runs more than 100 miles a week his sperm count gradually decreases his sperm count and leads to infertility. 5. Eating chocolate, cakes, donuts, chips, noodles, biscuits, salad, French fries, noodles etc can affect the male hormone as it contains different amounts of these fatty acids that is also known as trans fat.

All these can impact negatively to the operation of sperm and also disruption of sperm reaction in the body. The stuff in marijuana that makes you feel high tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC can lay low your sperm. Seems THC is mimics testosterone, so smoking dope exposes sperm to a hormonal imbalance that. Research has shown that dust is likely to contain several chemicals that may affect sperm quality, including flame-retardants, long-banned polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and phthalates.

These particles come from everyday household products, the construction materials used in older homes and the outdoor environment. Sperm can certainly whip their tails, but many have a hard time swimming in a straight line. In fact, only about half do.

The rest swim around in circles or bob along with the motion of the semen.

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Sperm stories also regularly pop up in newspaper headlines.

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from Sperm Counts: Overcome by Man’s Most Precious Fluid
by Lisa Jean Moore
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The antibodies attach to the surface of the sperm and reduce their life span, impair sperm motility and ability to penetrate the partner’s cervical mucus.

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It can be used to overcome certain causes of infertility: for example, if mucus destroys sperm in the cervix, the cervical mucus does not allow the sperm to be mobile, the man has a low sperm count or sperm with low motility (the speed at which the sperm move toward the uterus), or the woman has physical problems.

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Intrauterine insemination (IUI) pregnancy outcome is enhanced by shorter intervals from semen collection to sperm wash, from sperm wash to IUI time, and from semen collection to IUI time.

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from Male Infertility: Contemporary Clinical Approaches, Andrology, ART and Antioxidants
by Sijo J. Parekattil, Sandro C. Esteves, Ashok Agarwal
Springer International Publishing, 2020

The tip of the sperm then explodes (the acrosome reaction), exposing the receptors on the head of the sperm.

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Sperm may not be present in sexual abuse cases due to lack of ejaculation, condom use, aspermia resulting from a vasectomy or disease, sperm lysis, or drainage of the semen out of the area.

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The protective effect of zinc against lead-induced testicular injury in rats and decreased zinc concentrations in seminal plasma and semen that occurs in some forms of infertility provides reasons for the above hypothesis.

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Calcium has been shown to be important in males for spermatogenesis, sperm motility, hyperactivation, and acrosome (area of the sperm that contains digestive enzymes to break down the outer layers of the ovum) reactions.

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A fluid marketed as Sperm SelectTM is more viscous than cervical mucous and can allow sperm to swim more easily after insemination.

“Beyond the Body Proper: Reading the Anthropology of Material Life” by Margaret M. Lock, Judith Farquhar
from Beyond the Body Proper: Reading the Anthropology of Material Life
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Duke University Press, 2007

In another 40 percent of infertility cases, the specific cause is traceable to the male partner—typically it is low sperm count and/or low sperm motility.

“The Sociology of Health, Healing, and Illness” by Gregory L. Weiss
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Oktay Kutluk

Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

Mail: [email protected]
Telephone: +1 (877) 492-3666

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  • One of my friend was suffering from Infertility due to some sexual problem. He tried so many allopathic medicines but no result was there. One day he was surfing for the internet and got to know about Planet Ayurveda. He opened the site, online ordered Tribulus power and Atirasadi churna. His sexual problem has been resolved now.

  • Hey SciShow. How can a person get pregnant when correctly using a condom or other forms of birth control? Why is there such a difference between the stats for using a method perfectly vs. typical usage? Should a careful person expect to do better than the typical usage stats? Short of irreversible surgery, what combination of methods works really well? Psychology question: Why do people view a 2% chance per year of getting pregnant, with that 2% compounding every year (18% in 10 years), as a low chance? Especially considering the impact that getting pregnant would have on one’s life? Why are people confident that they can avoid getting pregnant? And why do they seem to be right? I know hundreds of people; shouldn’t a few of them have had accidental pregnancies?

  • I’m taking 2minute cold showers for 30 days as well and I’m currently on day 2 ��
    I’ll update as I go along but for now here is what I can say
    1. 1st time it felt like ice being poured over me for 120 seconds. 2nd time it felt Ice cold but only for about 25 seconds or so then your body gets sort of used to it. 3dd
    2. Increased alertness? fuck yes it definitely wakes you up and makes you not wanna go back to sleep
    3. Not sure if it’s the benzyl peroxide cream I’ve been using but my skin has been getting better, reduced acne and a more glowing complexion
    I’ll update more as I continue with doing this.

  • I love it! I think it’s very stimulating and feeling of freshness after is unbeatable. I go for start-coo-finish-cold, the advantage it once you get down to the coldest setting your body has largely adjusted to it so it’s fun rather than painful.

  • I was choking on a manderine strand thing in class but luckily I had the best teacher ever who pretty much saved my life (it was kindergarten btw)

  • Since sperm has been declining in men since the 30s and plastics weren’t widely distributed since the 50s my theory is this might be part of our natural biology for population control. Similar to how a goldfish with grow to a size that best fits its environment

  • They’re GMOing everything and everyone is fat and medicated that’s what wrong. Europe won’t even sell most American foods because it’s poison with all the additives. High fructose corn syrup is in everything? Why? Just for shits and giggles I suppose.