- Do not abuse heat
And heat is more dangerous for men. The temperature in the scrotum is 2-3 degrees below body temperature. Such a temperature regime is optimal for the testicles and overheating of the scrotum is fraught with cessation of spermatogenesis.
- Regularly visit the urologist and gynecologist
The earlier the disease is detected, the easier and with minimal consequences it can be treated. Ignoring visits to the doctor leads to complications with a particularly dangerous disease in the chronic form, which often leads to infertility.
- Avoid self-appointed doctors and avoid self-treatment
With the first symptoms of infertility, immediately contact experts! The time spent on alternative medicine and self-treatment can be extremely important for timely diagnosis, determination of the true causes and treatment of infertility.
- Refrain from abortion
Surgical abortion often causes complications such as infections, adhesive processes and endometriosis. Any of these complications directly affects fertility leading to chronic infertility. In addition, the artificial termination of pregnancy often creates a hormonal imbalance in the female body.
- Stay away from toxins and avoid exposure
Radiation exposure and contact with toxic substances (asbestos, mercury, arsenic, etc.) can be a cause of impaired fertility. Most often, toxic damage is irreversible. Therefore, you should avoid contact with poisons and radiation in any possible way.
- Monitor the excitatory system
Constant stress, psychological trauma and mental disorders are often the main reasons of reproductive health problems. Stress hormones can suppress many endocrine processes. These disruptions contribute to the development of secondary disorders of the reproductive system.
- Refrain from overloading
In adulthood, increased physical exertion can lead to injuries of various organs and varicocele (varicose veins of the spermatic cord and testicle, which is a common cause of male infertility) in male body. Injuries, even those not related to the reproductive system, can cause immunological infertility (the gametes enter the bloodstream and an immune response is formed). When injuring the brain, disorders of the pituitary gland, which controls the endocrine system, are possible.
- Give up bad habits
Any drugs have a destructive effect on the reproductive system. It is extremely important for women to remember this, because any intoxication affects the entire reserve of follicles at once, significantly reducing the quantity and quality of eggs.