It has been scientifically proven that having too little sperm in men can cause infertility. Have you ever heard that having too much sperm can also cause infertility? The fact is really like this. Today, the editor invited male experts to provide detailed answers to this question for male netizens, which may be helpful to everyone.
It is often said that low sperm count may lead to male infertility, so can excessive sperm count also cause male infertility?
Answer: Inflammation of the seminal vesicle causes excessive semen, essentially due to excessive secretion or exudation of seminal plasma, with no change in the total number of sperm. This can cause a decrease in the density of sperm in semen, interfere with sperm activity and function, and affect the chances of conception.
Reason: A healthy and mature male produces approximately 3-5 milliliters of semen per ejaculation, but if the ejaculation exceeds 8 milliliters at a time, it is considered excessive semen. Exceeding the normal maximum sperm count can also cause male infertility, which is often caused by inflammation of the seminal vesicles or excessive secretion of pituitary gonadotropins. Excessive semen can also lead to excessive semen loss from the vagina after sexual intercourse, thereby reducing the chances of conception.
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that oligozoospermia is a disease characterized by excessive quantity and insufficient quality. The root cause lies in kidney deficiency and dampness obstruction, with deficiency manifested as kidney deficiency and excess manifested as dampness obstruction. 'Too much' is built on the basis of 'insufficient', which is easy to treat but difficult to retain. Therefore, too much can be treated, but insufficient is difficult to treat. In addition, dampness is a yin evil, and its nature is sticky and not easy to suddenly change, making it difficult to treat oligozoospermia.
Seminal vesiculitis is a common disease in young and middle-aged men, which is mainly caused by Escherichia coli, Proteus and Pseudomonas. When organs adjacent to the seminal vesicles, such as the prostate, posterior urethra, colon, etc., become infected or cause congestion of the prostate or seminal vesicles due to other reasons, bacteria will seize the opportunity to enter and trigger seminal vesiculitis, which often leads to excessive semen.
If a man discovers a large amount of ejaculated semen during sexual activity, it does not necessarily mean strong sexual ability. Suggest going to the hospital for a check-up to see if it is caused by a disease. Because each milliliter of semen contains 400 million sperm, ejaculating so many at once may be due to prostatitis.