What is apathy (Apathy)? )
Asexuality means that there is no penis in the ejaculated penis. After three centrifugal microscope examinations, *** still had no ***, and it was diagnosed as asymptomatic. Alopecia is the main cause of male infertility, especially congenital alopecia, which will make a man lose his right to be a father for life. So why is there asymptomatic syndrome?
Why do you have apathy?
1. Obstructive arrhythmia
The obstruction or absence of the vas deferens caused by certain factors, so that the sperm produced by the testis cannot be discharged through the vas deferens, thus causing anorexia * syndrome, which belongs to obstructive atherosclerosis. Vasectomy in males or congenital absence of the seminal vesicles of the vas deferens can result in obstruction of the vas deferens. Inflammation such as epididymitis or epididymitis can also cause adhesion and obstruction of the vas deferens.
2. Testicular apnea
Because of certain factors, the function of testicular germ cells is impaired, resulting in apnea, such as bilateral cryptorchidism or Klinefelter Syndrome; also endocrine disorders, mumps orchitis, long-term radiation damage, varicocele, long-term consumption of crude cottonseed oil will damage spermatogenic cells.
3. No germ cells.
Many asymptomatic men only have a large number of cells in the vas deferens, but no spermatogenic cells. There are many factors that lead to this disease, such as long-term exposure to radiation, abuse of drugs that are toxic to cells, fetal damage, etc.
4. Primary testicular insufficiency.
Testicular dysfunction can be caused by undescended testicles, physical damage to the testicles, puberty mumps, and genetic defects. Generally, in men with primary testicular insufficiency, the testicles are small and soft, and the level of follicle-stimulating hormone in plasma increases. Although the problem of testicular gastroscopy can be solved by surgery, it cannot restore fertility.
What do I need to do if I have no symptoms?
1. Testicular biopsy
Testicular biopsy is to remove a part of the seminiferous tubules from the testis, and then do pathological examination to evaluate the ability of the testis to produce sperm. At present, the method of puncture and aspiration is used, and a small amount of tissue cells can be obtained through repeated puncture and aspiration, which can reduce the pain suffered by the body.
2. Angiographic examination
If a man has normal testicular spermatogenesis after testicular biopsy, but there is no *** in the testicle, he needs to do vasectomy, so In order to know whether the vas deferens is unobstructed and where the vas deferens are blocked.
3. Directional determination of endocrine hormones
Quantitative determination of endocrine hormones by radioimmunoassay can determine what is Factors causing apathy, such as hypothalamic or pituitary factors, or endogenousSecretory dysfunction, thereby guiding the treatment of asymptomatic diseases.
*** Produced by the testis, a large number of seminiferous tubules are distributed in the testis. The seminiferous epithelium arises in the seminiferous tubules and matures into spermatozoa by mitosis. If the diagnosis is asymptomatic, it is necessary to go to the hospital for further examination to find out the real cause, so that the treatment can be targeted and the desired therapeutic effect can be achieved. Men’s testicles should be checked at least twice, with an interval of 2 to 3 months, so that the inspection is meaningful.
If the asymptomatic syndrome is caused by blockage of the vas deferens, further interventional recanalization is required; if it is related to varicocele, high ligation of the spermatic vein is required; if it is related to endocrine diseases, Actively accept endocrine therapy; if it is related to congenital factors, it can only be treated by artificial insemination.