Prostate disease is a common symptom that afflicts most adult men. It has been clinically proven that prostate disease can cause fertility problems, so don't let prostate disease reduce your tadpole's combat value.
The mixture of sperm and seminal plasma constitutes semen. There are many sperm cells, which are living cells present in the seminiferous tubules of the testis. Seminal plasma is composed of testicular fluid, prostate fluid, and urethral gland fluid, among which prostate fluid accounts for a significant proportion of semen. When the prostate gland becomes inflamed, the quality of prostate fluid can change, interfering with the survival and activity of sperm. Therefore, prostatitis can affect sperm quality. So why does prostate disease reduce your tadpole's combat value?
1. Kill sperm. Inflammation of the prostate can cause the body to produce anti sperm antibodies, which have a lethal effect on sperm.
2. Decreases sperm motility. When inflammation occurs in the prostate, the activity of enzymes in the prostate fluid decreases, prolonging the liquefaction time of semen, and impeding sperm activity.
3. Reduce the survival rate of sperm. Prostate fluid secreted by the prostate gland is a component of semen that provides nutrients for sperm. If inflammation occurs, the prostate fluid may also contain a large amount of bacteria and bacterial toxins due to the presence of inflammation, which can consume nutrients in seminal plasma, thereby affecting sperm survival.
To sum up, men should pay attention: Don't let prostate disease reduce your tadpole's combat value.