There are many cases of male infertility, and many of the reasons why men suffer from infertility are due to their usual habits, some of which are congenital. However, for the sake of their reproductive health, men should not have those taboos. Being an expectant father is not easy, so do you know what the taboos for expectant fathers are?
Bacteria can produce bacteria, and the taboo for expectant fathers is not to neglect hygiene. Being hygienic is not just a matter for women, but also for men. In particular, if the foreskin is too long, the smegma should be removed in time to avoid causing penis cancer, which may lead to cervical cancer of the wife.
Many men's infertility is caused by excessive cycling, and the taboo for expectant fathers is not to ride too much, which often causes chronic strain and congestion of the prostate and other accessory glands, affecting their function and exacerbating chronic inflammation, affecting fertility.
We know that men's reproductive health is related to the quality of sperm, and the production of sperm requires raw materials. Therefore, the reproductive function and nutritional level are closely related. This does not necessarily require eating turtle or eel. But it is essential to eat more lean meat, eggs, fish, and vegetables to ensure the supply of necessary proteins, vitamins, and trace elements. People who are partial eaters are often prone to certain nutritional deficiencies.
Another taboo for expectant fathers is not to take too many hot baths, let alone sauna. The temperature that sperm can adapt to is limited, and too high a temperature can make sperm unqualified, leading to male infertility. Therefore, fertility is a very complex matter, and there are also many cases of male infertility. We should not appear the above taboos.