What are the manifestations of vas deferens obstruction? How to treat the obstruction of vas deferens
The combination of sperm and egg is the basis for cultivating the next generation. For some reason, sperm cannot be discharged or sperm production is blocked, which directly leads to male infertility. The obstruction of sperm tube is also one of the main reasons for male infertility, which has a great impact on male physical and mental health. Therefore, early detection and early treatment is the key.
Why is the sperm "march" channel blocked?
The spermatic duct is not only the channel for sperm to "go out", but also the place for sperm to mature and acquire activity ability. Once the vas deferens are blocked, it often causes embarrassment to men. Vasectomy is also a common factor of male infertility, accounting for 5% - 15% of male infertility. Therefore, once the vas deferens are blocked, see.
The causes of vas deferens obstruction may be related to genetics, radiation pollution, chemical pollution, hormone effect, virus infection, environmental pollution and other factors. Recent studies have also confirmed that cystic fibrosis gene mutation is the main reason for the insufficiency or closure of the vas deferens. Without insemination and atresia, sperm will naturally lose the environment for passage and survival, and infertility is also natural.
The vas deferens and testis were separated. This is also one of the reasons for infertility. In the embryonic stage, the development of the renal tube causes the underdevelopment of the epididymis and the vas deferens in its derivatives, resulting in the disconnection of the epididymis and the vas deferens, and the inability of the function of the epididymis to play. If there is no fructose in semen, it also indicates that fertility is impossible without seminal vesicles.
The influence of testicular tuberculosis on the vas deferens is also quite serious. Testicular tuberculosis immediately infects the vas deferens, making the vas deferens thicker and stiffer, presenting beaded changes, and finally completely losing the function of the testis and vas deferens.
The urethra is the channel for semen discharge. The urethra is interfered by inflammation, trauma and organic diseases. The persistent spasm of the urethra is reduced, and semen cannot be discharged. Severe stenosis can also lead to sexual dysfunction. For some patients, infertility may also be caused by vasectomy or trauma.
Self-examination of vas deferens blockage
1. Male friends should check whether they have a history of reproductive system infection and surgical injury, and judge according to the specific situation.
2. Routine semen examination can determine whether there is no sperm in the semen or the number of sperm is small, so as to determine whether the vas deferens is blocked.
3. If the patient has a history of infertility and has decreased orgasm or incomplete ejaculation pain or weakness, it can be used to determine whether the vas deferens is blocked.