Vitamin C: Its function is to reduce the agglutination of sperm and facilitate semen liquefaction. The genetic gene DNA in sperm sex cells is protected by the antioxidant function of vitamin C, and the lack of vitamin C genetic gene is destroyed, which can lead to the reduction of sperm fertility and infertility.
Vitamin B12: Its physiological activity depends largely on cobalt. Cobalt can reduce the oxygen consumption of tissues, thus improving the tolerance to hypoxia, and promoting the vitality of tissues in the hypoxic environment. Long-term vegetarians will lack vitamin B12, resulting in significantly lower sperm concentration in semen than other people, and less sperm production than other people, affecting normal sexual function.
Improper use of drugs by women will affect the growth and development of the fetus, while improper use of drugs by men will also affect eugenics and fertility. The following drugs should not be abused by men.
Antituberculosis drugs: tuberculosis patients should take anti tuberculosis drugs for a long time, but male long-term use of anti tuberculosis drugs is unfavorable for eugenics. In addition, antibiotics such as furatadine can kill male sperm and should not be abused.
Hormone drugs such as androgen and clomiphene are used to treat endocrine diseases, but improper use will inhibit sperm development. The use of estrogen and progesterone drugs in men can reduce sexual pleasure, reduce or disappear sexual desire, and affect ejaculation function. Long-term use of glucocorticoids such as prednisone and dexamethasone will reduce male sexual function.
Diuretic drugs, such as spironolactone, have anti-androgen effect and will damage sperm if used for a long time. In addition, Dihydrocortisone will reduce sexual function, and furosemide will cause erectile dysfunction.
(Intern editor: Xie Yunsheng)