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Affect Sperm Count
No major effects: Assuming you're talking about 'regular' prescription corticosteroids like triamcinolone (kenalog) these have little to no effect on sperm - unlike Anabolic steroids like testosterone or dianabol, which can cause major reductions in sperm count. Some studies indicate that heavy NSAID use, including aspirin, may affect sperm motility and morphology as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is diflucan/fluconazole safe for men to take once for a yeast infection? Affect sperm count? If i dont have yeast infection can it cause one?wat happn
Would be safe,...: ...but why would you consider it if you don't have a yeast infection? Certainly the drug itself cannot cause a yeast infection. Even if a sex partner has a vaginal yeast infection, you probably don't need treatment yourself. Yeasts are normal on our skin, genital area, inside our intestines, etc, and people don't usually catch it from their partners or anyone else. ...Read more
Many causes: Lifestyle; smoking and xs alcohol consuption. Anatomic: varicoceles, bilateral testicular maldescent - more when higher & subject corrected later, blocked ejaculatory duct/s. Daily and prolonged use of hot tubs and spandex or tight underwaer. Genetic: klinefelter's syndrome & other chromasomomal trisomies. Inflammation: mumps orchitis & epididymitis. Hormonal & androgen use/abuse. Increasing age. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Three studies were conducted in men to assess the potential effect on sperm characteristics of tadalafil 10 mg (one 6 month study) and 20 mg (one 6 month and one 9 month study) administered daily. There were no adverse effects on sperm morphology or sperm motility in any of the three studies. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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By feedback loop: Testosterone supplementation can feed back to the brain and tell the hormones that control sperm production that there's plenty of stuff going on at the level of the testes. The brain, in turn, can then shut down hormone production needed to produce sperm, since it's faked out into thinking the hormones to stimulate the testes are no longer needed. Sperm production can then suffer. ...Read more
Nyet, nine, no: Doesn't happen.Get a more detailed answer ›
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