In real life, many men are not very familiar with male infertility. I heard that this is actually azoospermia. My neighbor next door told me about the causes of azoospermia, and I will also briefly explain it to everyone.
1. Lack of certain nutrients necessary for sperm survival in semen
Fructose is an extremely important substance that ensures the survival and activity of sperm. For example, when there is inflammation in the vas deferens, the fructose content in normal seminal vesicle fluid will decrease, affecting the survival of certain sperm.
2. Changes in semen acidity and alkalinity
The normal semen pH is between 7.2 and 8.9, which is slightly alkaline. The pH value of semen in azoospermia is lower than 7.2, and the acidity of semen is relatively high, which may be a factor causing sperm death. The decrease in semen pH value is related to inflammatory lesions of the reproductive organs, as bacterial metabolites can cause a decrease in semen pH value.
3. Insufficient oxygen supply
When there is inflammation in the reproductive organs, congestion, edema, blood stasis, and slow blood circulation can occur, resulting in a decrease in the oxygen provided by the blood, and sperm can die due to hypoxia.
4. Reduced zinc content
The normal content of zinc in semen should be 80-25? G/mL, and when prostatitis occurs, it can reduce the zinc content in semen to 50? Below g/mL, sperm are prone to death.
5. High temperature
Physical factors such as radiation can reduce the survival rate of sperm and lead to sperm death due to high local temperature, exposure to high-dose radiation, or long-term exposure to radiation.
Men probably know the cause of azoospermia and will go to the hospital for treatment, which will significantly improve the cure rate. There will be no more cases of male infertility, and they can embrace a new life.