Male reproductive system is of utmost importance, in this article we detail which issues can cause serious consequences.
Male reproductive system is incredibly important, it has many functions, namely: ensuring fertility, making sure you’re on top of your game when it comes to sexual health. Most of the problems that arise are treatable, you can take some Silagra or some other ED-related pill if that’s your main cause for concern. However, some disorders can have long-lasting, serious consequences. Here are a few things that can cause serious harm to the male reproductive system.
That’s the most common one. Everybody seemingly loves to have a drink or two in their free time. There’s nothing too bad about alcohol consumption in moderation, per se, but your body might not take to it all that well. You never know. According to the recent studies, along with many other harmful effects, alcohol can affect the reproductive system by lessening your testosterone levels. If you’re being drinking alcoholic beverage for a long time, your testicles can shrink which, in turn, leads to infertility, ED and the decrease of secondary sexual characteristics. The examples of the latter: chest enlargement, less facial and chest hair and a shift in fat distribution (giving you “womanly” hips).
Infections are most common in the testicular/scrotum area. For one reason or another, many men tend to ignore burning sensation and pain in that area, making things worse for themselves. Among the most common infections are: orchitis and prostatitis. These two strongly affect male reproductive system and can lead to infertility.
Unfortunately enough, some harm to the male reproductive system is natural, it’s related to aging and all the changes that happen in male sexual functioning. Here are a few changes that happen as men age:
- Decrease in sensitivity of the penis;
- Considerably less fluid released during ejaculation;
- Next to zero forewarning of ejaculation;
- Ejaculation-less orgasms;
- After the climax, penis almost instantly becomes limp;
- Recovery period is longer.
According to the recent data, prostate cancer is the most prevalent type of cancer among men. The root cause is still unclear, but many studies suggest that changes in gene function (age-related) affect the risk of prostate cancer in a significant way.