Management Of Sperm Disorders For Pregnant Programs?
good morning, i am 29 years old niandra and i have been married for 3 years and until now i am not yet pregnant. During this period my period was never late and never sick, and when in 2017 I was late and I checked it turned out to experience hormonal disorders, due to weight gain and I had done an examination of blood tests for sugar, therapy for the Rahmi and doing HSG test, and the results that I got thank God were good. but when the sperm test for a husband turns out the results are abnormalities. my question what should i do next?
Hello Niandra, thanks for the question to HealthReplies.com
Basically to make pregnancy possible, the condition of the female reproductive organs and eggs must be healthy, and the condition of the male sperm must also be healthy and able to fertilize the egg. If one of them has a problem, pregnancy will be difficult.
Abnormalities in sperm there are various types, here are some of them:
Aspermia (no semen or sperm) and hypospermia (number of semen and only a few) Azoospermia (there is semen but no sperm cells in the semen) Oligozoospermia (only a small number of sperm) Asthenozoospermia (most sperm move abnormally / can't swim properly) Teratozoospermia (most sperm are abnormal) Oligoasthenozoospermia (small sperm count, shape, and also abnormal movements) Necrozoospermia (most sperm found dead) Leukocytospermia (there are many white blood cells in semen) Each type of sperm is abnormal Above disorders have their own causes, can be due to anatomical factors (abnormalities in the shape of the reproductive organs), hormonal disorders, genetic disorders, tumors, factors from the outside, and so forth. It is better if you advise your husband to check with an andrologist or urologist for further evaluation and documentation.
The following are some things you can suggest for your husband:
Avoid risk factors that can reduce male fertility, such as smoking, drinking alcohol, the use of illegal drugs Avoid exposure to chemicals or harmful radiation Avoid excessive heat exposure to the testicles, do not use pants that are too tight and too many layers. Consume more fruits and vegetables that are contains high antioxidants Regular exercise Maintain ideal body weight Reduce stress
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