Introduction: What are the common factors of male and female infertility? Female infertility and male infertility may not seem to have much to do with each other, but in fact, they have many internal connections. Male and female infertility have many similarities, and what do they have in common? Let's take a look together with the editor below.
Infertility refers to those who have normal sexual activity, have not taken contraceptive measures, and are not pregnant. The increasing trend of incidence rate of infertility may be related to late marriage and late childbirth, induced abortion, sexually transmitted diseases, etc. Couples of childbearing age have normal sexual life, cohabit without contraception, and have never had a pregnancy within 2 years.
Male infertility refers to couples living together without taking contraceptive measures for more than two years and having no children. The woman's examination is normal, while the man's examination is abnormal. Couples who cohabit for more than 2 years after marriage and fail to conceive without using contraception may have both female and male causes. If it is a male condition, common causes include: congenital deficiency, insufficient renal essence; Insufficient kidney qi, unstable or depleted kidney essence, involuntary slipping, or excessive atrial fatigue, kidney failure to store essence, or emotional tension, imbalance of essence and qi. In short, the cause of this disease is related to kidney, kidney essence, qi deficiency, and even kidney yang deficiency, kidney yin deficiency, and kidney yin yang deficiency.
Factors that can damage the sexual glands of both genders, affect their function, interfere with the normal survival environment of sperm, combine and transport sperm and eggs, and cause sexual dysfunction can all lead to male or female infertility.
1、 The occurrence of diseases is influenced by certain factors related to the secretion of gonadal hormones, such as systemic chronic diseases such as fear, tension, anxiety, neuropsychiatric factors, as well as endocrine disorders, malnutrition, obesity, etc. Hormones used to treat certain gynecological diseases temporarily inhibit the normal function of the gonadal axis in the body.
2、 Radioactive substances have an impact on the occurrence of male and female infertility: In the causes of infertility, both male and female patients have various toxic chemicals, certain anti-tumor or anti metabolic substances, long-term smoking, alcohol consumption, and other factors, which can have an impact on male and female fertility.
3、 Both men and women have diseases caused by genital malformation and sexual dysfunction: if either of them has genital dysplasia or sexual dysfunction, it will affect daily sexual life, leading to infertility.
4、 Both male and female patients with infertility are caused by chromosomal abnormalities: chromosomal abnormalities in either spouse can lead to infertility, miscarriage, stillbirth, and abnormal birth, ultimately leading to male and female infertility.
In short, there are many reasons that can lead to infertility in both men and women. When patients undergo infertility treatment, they must first understand the factors that trigger the disease. Only by identifying the cause can targeted treatment be carried out, which is beneficial for their faster recovery and avoids the harm that the disease brings to themselves and their families. Wishing the patient an early recovery.