"Poor boy" Xiaogang and "rich girl" Qingqing are college classmates. After four years of ups and downs, in order to live together after graduation in 2003, Qingqing resolutely followed Xiaogang to Guangzhou to start a business despite the opposition of her family.
Male infertility caused by "non liquefaction of semen"
After two years of hard work, the couple finally have some savings. On the National Day of 2005, Xiaogang and Qingqing got married in a low-key manner.
After marriage, Qingqing will read some pregnancy websites, and even go to the bookstore to buy some pregnancy books. Whenever he sees her serious, Xiao Gang will tease her unconsciously. Two years later, Qingqing has not been able to wait for the joy of "accident", even a little anxious.
On the evening of Qingqing's 26th birthday, Xiao Gang bought cakes and flowers to surprise Qingqing. But I heard Qingqing answer the phone at the bedroom door. "Really? It's not my problem... What? Let him go for an examination. That's no good. He can't accept the reality..." Xiao Gang probably knows what's going on in his heart. In order not to let Qingqing worry, he decided to go to the hospital for an examination alone. According to the diagnosis of doctors in Guangzhou Hospital, Xiao Gang was infertile because of the non-liquefaction of semen.
Evidence-based treatment of infertility with traditional Chinese and western medicine
Wang Kefei, the chief physician of Xiaogang, an infertility expert in Guangzhou, said that more than 95% of the non-liquefaction of semen was caused by inflammation of the prostate, or some other diseases of the prostate. Wang Kefei did a microscopic examination of prostate fluid for Xiao Gang.
Xiaogang anxiously asked Director Wang, "Is my disease easy to cure? Is there any hope of having a baby. After hearing this, Xiao Gang's heart was also a lot more secure.
In the next few months, because Xiao Gang came to the hospital on time, he cooperated with the doctor's treatment, and reasonably arranged his diet, sleep and exercise. In August 2008, Qingqing finally became pregnant.
(Intern editor: Liu Ruichang)