The prerequisite for a healthy baby must be the combination of healthy sperm and eggs. However, factors such as work pressure, environmental pollution, and sexually transmitted diseases have led to a decreasing trend in male sowing ability year by year. Male infertility caused by misunderstandings and lifestyle habits can be completely avoided and prevented.
Myth 1: Having children is a woman's business, so if you can't have children, let your wife see a doctor! Taking semen for examination is too troublesome.
Women bear more responsibility in having children, but childbirth cannot be separated from "gender matching". Due to the fact that the testicles of males are the most susceptible organs to external environmental factors in the human body, male compatriots need to strengthen their self-protection measures. Compared with female fertility testing, it is already convenient to take semen for testing male sowing ability.
Response strategy: If a couple is infertile, it is their responsibility. Husbands should first go to the hospital for consultation and examination.
Mistake 2: Steaming a sauna is clean and eliminates fatigue.
The testicles are most afraid of high temperatures, and often living and working in high temperature environments can inhibit sperm production. For example, high temperature environmental factors such as frequent saunas, wearing tight pants, long-term use of electric blankets, chefs, boiler workers, ironworkers, and summer outdoor work have a significant impact on male sowing ability.
Response strategy: Remove unfavorable environments such as high temperatures, and do not deliberately create high temperature factors.
Mistake three: "A cigarette after a meal is better than a living god. Smoking reveals a man's true colors.
The harmful components in tobacco can enter the reproductive system through blood circulation and have direct or indirect toxic effects. For fathers, smoking will not only affect the success rate of pregnancy, but also seriously affect the quality of zygote and embryos. In addition, long-term heavy smoking is more prone to sexual dysfunction and indirectly reduces fertility. Passive smokers pose even greater risks.
Response strategy: For the sake of the next generation, do not "live immortals". If banning smoking is just a call to people, then for couples preparing to have children, it is an order.
Myth 4: Absolute avoidance of using computers and other electrical appliances to eliminate environmental pollution.
The electromagnetic radiation of household appliances is mostly safe. As long as household appliances are used reasonably, their impact on reproductive health is minimal.
Environmental pollution is one of the main culprits for the significant decline in sperm quality. However, most of the harm caused by pollution to the human body can only occur through long-term and continuous exposure, the accumulation of various harmful factors, and personal physical factors. Everyone has resistance, and we need to value it without worrying too much.
Response strategy: Dialectically recognize, minimize and avoid pollution as much as possible, but do not worry excessively.
(Intern Editor: Cai Junyi)