All kinds of sexual problems and abnormalities in men

It is better to familiarize yourself with the types of reproductive problems in men and if you see them in your children, go to the relevant doctor and ask the urologists for treatment. is created!

Abnormalities in the production or function of sperms can be due to several problems, such as the failure of the testicles to fully emerge from the abdomen, genetic disorders or clinical problems, and infections such as mumps, etc. But the undescended testicle is one of the most common congenital abnormalities and disorders in the male reproductive system, which, if not diagnosed and treated in time, can lead to infertility in men. According to Salamat News, Dr. Abadpour, male infertility specialist and member The expert team of Ibn Sina Infertility Treatment Center, referring to what types of diseases in men cause infertility and can be prevented, said: Regarding the causes of infertility and prevention of these factors, the issue can be looked at in two ways, which includes prevention It is caused by a disease or a disorder that can potentially cause infertility, or there is a person who is suffering from this disease and this disorder has been created in him. The development of male sexual characteristics is that sometimes, due to problems, the testicles are not placed in their place and the testicles do not descend.
Dr. Saeed Arasteh, a specialist in male infertility and a member of the specialized team of the Ibn Sina Infertility Treatment Center, while stating that testicular impingement or undescended testicles is the most common disorder of the reproductive system in boys, explained: 3 to 5 percent of male babies are born on time and up to 30 The percentage of premature male babies suffer from it.
He went on to say: In most babies, during the first few months (especially in the first 3 months) after giving birth, this condition is corrected by itself, and only 1% of babies after 6 months have not yet had the testicles descend.
Dr. Araste also added: due to the potential and serious results of this disorder if this condition continues, doctors do not recommend wasting more time when the baby is more than 6 months old, because rarely after this age, the testicles will self-descend. will come down
This male infertility specialist stated that testosterone production plays a very important role in puberty and testicular descent, and said: Therefore, if someone produces this hormone less or does not produce it at all, or if the receptors are not sensitive to this hormone. It will create problems in the descent of the testicles.
Emphasizing that every baby born within 72 hours after birth and once every 6 to 8 weeks should be examined by a specialist doctor, he added: The most common surgery in boys is undescended testicle surgery, which is an acquired form or The secondary of this situation is that in the beginning, the testicles were in their place, but over time, in adulthood and due to the shortness of the connecting factors to the testicle, gradually with the age of the person, it is placed in a place higher than its place. This condition is called acquired or secondary form and this condition is seen especially in 8 to 9 years old, so at this age, testicle evaluation is very helpful for diagnosis.
Pointing out that this disease can be related to various factors, Dr. Araste said: For this disease, both genetic origin and environmental issues have been proposed, for example, in twins, the probability of its spread is ten times higher than in the general and normal population of the society.
A member of the specialized team of the Ibn Sina Infertility Treatment Center, in response to the question that this disease is basically independent or occurs along with other diseases and causes, noted: Fortunately, in most cases, the testicle infection does not occur alone and It occurs independently of other causes and diseases, and this rate is almost 6 times that of cases associated with other diseases.
He went on to say: Basically, various studies have shown that people who have this problem at the beginning of the post-natal period suffer from a decrease in hormone-producing cells and after that problems in the sperm-producing cells, which if this process continues In the second year of life, even in 10 to 45% of cases, it may be associated with the loss of all sperm cells, and therefore the time of diagnosis and treatment becomes very important.
Pointing out that the best time to perform an undescended testicle operation is 6 to 12 months, he said: Surgery is the standard treatment to solve this problem, which varies depending on whether the testicle is palpable or not.
Dr. Araste also added: If the testicle has not descended and cannot be touched, the more appropriate and recommended method is to use laparoscopy, which allows the abdominal space to be seen with less manipulation and more clarity.
The male infertility specialist of Ibn Sina Center for Infertility Treatment by stating that drug treatment is only effective for people whose testicles are slightly high on both sides and in limited cases, emphasized: Considering that it has been observed that people Those who have used this drug treatment are more prone to cell death in the sperm cells, so drug treatment is not recommended.
In the end, Dr. Araste stated that the key to treating this disease is early diagnosis and stated: it is necessary that with proper training from the doctor, children and adults should be examined individually and if any abnormal factor is observed immediately to See a doctor.

30 September 1394 23:37

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