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Diphenhydramine Effects Sperm Count
I masturbate every day it will reduce my sperm counting or it will affect my test so my wife catches on?
Yes, both: They not only cause a reduction in sperm count and increased number of abnormal sperm, as well as reducing sperm motility, they also can cause changes in the dna of the sperm nucleus which appear to be associated with increased adhd and other problems in offspring. In addition, there was even a study that showed tiny molecular amounts of Cocaine in the sperm itself, which can increase birth defects. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am masturbating for past 7 years one to two times a day. Will it affect my bodybuilding gains and reduce my sperm count. How to reverse the effects?
Can extensive fasting have adverse effect on fertility and sperm count? What can be the causes and effects of regular ejaculation in child bearing?
No for short term...: From what I know, fasting would not impact fertility and sperm count until the extreme end-stage of malnutrition and dying. Ejaculation to shoot the sperm-containing semen into birth canal is the natural must to make women pregnant. But remember viable sperms move and travel to where is suitable for their survival to fertilize the egg. Of course, the women receiving semen get to be functional... Read more
Sir due to frequent ejaculations, will sperm count get lesser? And my age is 27 not married. What are the side effects of masturbation?
Nothing specific: Masturbation is a normal part of human existence. Some cultures frown on the process ; most seldom discuss it openly. If anyone does so to the exclusion of interacting with people ; pursuing age ; peer related activities, it can interfere with normal emotional growth, as any preoccupation might. For most, it is simply part of their life.Fertility is not impaired. Read more
Total testosterone level is 163 and free is 31.4 and my doctor prescribed axiron. Are there any side effects to this relating to sperm count?
Yes: It is important to have multiple tests of testosterone done before starting medication. They should be done in the morning. It is also important to check lh and fsh levels to see if the problem is in the testicles or pituitary/hypothalamus. Long term testosterone usage is associated with infertility since your testicles stop working. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Healthy lifestyle: Start by eating a healthy diet and drinking lot of H20. Maintain a healthy weight. Exercise regularly. Get plenty of rest and decrease stress. Avoid drugs and tobacco, limit Etoh. Avoid toxic chemicals and pesticides. The temperature of the the testes must be lower than the core body temperature. Avoid tight clothes, prolonged sitting and biking, hot tubs /and saunas. Wear boxers. Read more
Many possibilities: Including low testosterone, smoking, illegal drug use such as anabolic steroids, XS alcohol consumption, previous mumps, blocked vas deferens or ejaculatory duct, previous gonorrhea or chlamydia infections, retrograde ejulation, undescended testes now or bilateral undescended testes as a child, prolonged heat as in sitting in hot tub for a long periods and obesity. Read more
Here are some. ..: Sperm production is under the control of Follicular stimulating hormone (FSH) so any thing that can diminishes or eliminates FSH leading to suppress testosterone will decrease sperm production. So, be careful if there is medical necessity to use the drugs in this category. For detailed, ask Doc timely. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low Sperm?: If you are having low sperm at your age then there has to be more to the story. If you are on any hormone supplements or body building products that is the issue. If you have had injury to your scrotum we need to know this. If you just want more sperm then there is little to do to help you. Most 26year old men are just fine as they are. Read more
Many factors: A low sperm count can result from hormonal abnormalities resulting in decreased sperm production, anatomic abnormalities such as blocked ejaculatory ducts or strictures in the urethra which can physically reduce semen volume, surgeries/medications that can result in retrograde ejaculation thus decreasing semen volume, and primary testicular failure. See a urologist to help define the problems. Read more
Proper Environment: Sperm count is controlled by a number of factors, some which are out of your control. If there is a specific medical cause for a low sperm count (varicocele, hormones), correcting those may help. Otherwise, proper diet, proper hydration, proper rest, proper temperature (boxers vs. Briefs), increase the interval between ejaculations, etc. Read more
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