Low Sperm Count

Low sperm count is when the number of sperms or the quality of spears have being reduced significantly.
Up to a fifth of young men today find themselves with low sperm count, defined as lass than 15 million sperm per millilitre of semen.
It is the cause of infertility in 20% of couples.

Diagnosis.

This is diagnosed by taking a sample and counting the number of sperms in one mil of semen.

Causes

1. Emotional stress.
2. Sexual issues.
3. Impotence.
4. Lubrication used during sexual intercourse.
5. Overheating- wearing tight fitting underwear.
6. Smoking.
7. Malnutrition
8. Obesity.
9. Bicycling.
10. Environment.
11. Heavy Metal.
12. Radiation and radiation Therapy.
13. Low semen levels.
14. Varicocele.
15. Undescended testicles.
16. Genetic such as Klinefelter syndrome.
17. Genital infection.
18. Previous Surgery.
19. Anabolic steroid use.
20. Low Gonadotrophin: Hormonal.
21. EMF- Cellphones.
22. Soy base foods since it mimic oestrogen- female hormone.

Treatment

1. Stop smoking.
2. Weight reduction and management.
3. Lose underwear.
4. Look at ways to reduced stress.
5. Avoid lubricant.
6. Avoid too much riding.
7. Treat impotence.
8. Eat well and correct any malnutrition.
9. Resolved any sexual issues.
10. Treat any heavy metal toxicity.
11. Being the correct environment.
12. Gonadotrophin drugs.
13. Surgery for Varicocele.

Alternative Treatment

Successful treatments for low sperm count in men have arisen from simple treatments like switching to a high protein diet, low fat diet, and timing the intercourse.
Ejaculating less may lead to stronger sperm.
Taking nutritional supplements and vitamins along with anti-oxidants may increase sperm count.
You should also ensure that you look after your bodies by making sure you neither overweight or underweight.
You should also increase your Zinc, coQ10, Vitamin E, Folic acid, B12, Vitamin C, L-Carnitine and selenium intake.
AntiAnti-oxidants are one of the most important components to having healthy fertility that every man and woman need to use and focus on. It protects the sperm from free radicle damaging the DNA of sperms.

You can also use herbs like Ginseng and others.

IVF treatment should be offered to couples if the male has low sperm count.

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Erectile Dysfunction- Impotence

Meaning

Erectile Dysfunction is when a male has difficulty with either getting an erection or keeping one for long enough to allow penetrative sex.
It becomes more common and severe as men gets older.

Causes:

A. Physical health

1. Hypertension
2. Diabetes
3. High Cholesterol
4. Obesity
5. Multiple sclerosis
6. Parkinson’s Disease
7. Stroke
8. Surgery
9. Hypospadias
10. Peyronie’s Disease
11. Hormone Imbalance.

B. Psychological

1. Feeling anxious
2. Guilty or Depressed
3. Stress at work
4. Partner conflicts
5. Unresolved issues about sexual orientation
6. Sexual boredom

C. Lifestyle

1. Drinking Alcohol
2. Smoking
3. Inactivity

D. Medicines

1. Medication for Hypertension
2. Medications for Depression

E. Cycling: Damage nerves

Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

A. Self-help

1. Stop smoking.
2. Stop or reduced your drinking.
3. Become more active.
4. Eat a balance diet.
5. Reduce or manage the stress in your life.
6. If you are diabetic, control your sugar levels in the blood.
7. Stop the use of illegal drugs.
8. Use of medicine like viagra.
9. Alternative treatment like external vacuum pump.
10. Complementary treatment.

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Cervical Cancer

What is it?

It is cancer of the cervix which is the mouth of the womb.
It tend to invade surrounding tissue or spread to other parts of the body.

Symptoms

1. Vaginal bleed.
2. Pelvic pain.
3. Pain during sexual intercourse.
4. Post sex bleeding.
5. Vaginal discharge.

Cause

It is due to infection with the human papilloma virus- HPV; more than 90% of the patient.
Smoking has also being link with Cervical cancer.

Types

1. Squamous cell carcinoma 90%
2. Adenocarcinoma 10%

Diagnosis

1. This is done mainly via biopsy.
2. Colposcopy

Prevention

1. Good sexual hygiene.
2. HPV Vaccine.
3. Use of condoms
4. Cervical screening via pap smear.
5. Nutrition; vitamins A, B, C and E.

Before treatment is started the cancer has to be stage.

Treatment

1. Surgery.
2. Chemotherapy.
3. Radiotherapy.

Prognosis

This depends on the staging of the cancer. It tell how severe is the cancer.

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Breast Cancer

The Breast

It is made up of connective tissue, fat and thousands of small glands called lobules that produce milk during lactation. The milk is delivered to the nipple through tinny tubes called ducts.

Symtoms of Breast Cancer

1. Lump in the breast.
2. Area of thickened breast tissue.
3. Change of size or shape of one or both breast.
4. Discharge from your nipple.
5. Lump or swelling in your armpit area.
6. Dimpling on the skin of the breast.
7. Rash on or around the nipple.
8. Nipple becoming sunken into breast.

Types of breast cancer

1. Invasive breast cancer
2. Non-invasive breast cancer
3. Paget’s disease of the breast.

Screening for breast cancer.

1. Mammography screening
2. Genetic testing for high risk patient.
3. Self examination.
4. Breast Ultra-sound.
5. Having a biopsy.

Breast Cancer Treatment

1. Radiotherapy
2. Chemotherapy
3. Surgery
4. Hormone therapy.

Prevention of breast cancer

1. Reduced intake of alcohol.
2. Weight reduction
3. Exercise regularly.
4. Reduced intake of saturated fat.

Living with cancer of the breast

Find a support network to help you.

1. Family and friends.
2. Talk with other people who was diagnosed and survived breast cancer.
3. Find out as much as possible about breast cancer.
4. Do not overexert yourself.
5. Make and find time for yourself.

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