Prostatitis cannot be treated or can induce infertility:
1. Prostate fluid is a necessary condition for sperm survival because the enzymes, lecithin, and trace elements contained in it can provide energy and nutrients to sperm. When suffering from disease, the secretion of these nutrients decreases, and sperm vitality decreases.
2. Prostatitis can lead to non ejaculation or reverse ejaculation, causing sperm to fail to enter the vagina and naturally lead to infertility.
3. The increase in acidic substances in the patient's body also increases the acidity of semen, which is not suitable for sperm survival, leading to decreased sperm vitality.
4. The process of semen liquefaction in patients can be affected, resulting in decreased sperm motility, leading to infertility.
5. After the pathogenic microorganisms and bacterial toxins contained in prostate fluid of patients with prostatitis enter the semen, they can directly kill sperm, resulting in dead sperm, abnormal sperm, decreased vitality, generation of antisperm antibodies, decreased sperm acrosin activity, and ultimately lead to male infertility.
Reminder: Invasive treatment of prostatitis is prohibited for unmarried and childless persons
Unmarried and childless people are treated with invasive methods, such as injecting antibiotics directly into the prostate or injecting drugs into prostate tissue through the posterior urethra. Gao Xingcheng believes that this invasive treatment can cause trauma to the prostate, and if not handled properly, the trauma is prone to infection.
"After the infection heals, scars form. As the openings of the ejaculatory and vas deferens in men are both within the prostate tissue, these scars can clog already thin ducts, causing problems for fertility.".
Therefore, if you have a male disease, you should go to a regular hospital for examination and treatment. Ensuring that it does not affect reproductive health can ensure that infertility does not occur.