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Is Asthenospermia Equal to Kidney Deficiency? Avoid Blindly Using Various Aphrodisiacs

Asthenospermia is a disease of the male reproductive system, also known as "male infertility" or "spermatozoa abnormalities." It is a condition in which there are abnormalities in the quantity, quality, or function of sperm, resulting in a reduced or complete loss of the ability to conceive.

Asthenospermia and Kidney Deficiency

In the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, the kidney is the origin of the human body and is in charge of the reproductive system. Kidney deficiency refers to the dysfunction of the kidneys or loss of kidney essence, which can lead to dysfunction of the male reproductive system, including problems such as reduced sperm count and vigor. 

Therefore, part of male asthenospermia may be related to kidney deficiency. Kidney deficiency can lead to reduced functioning of the male reproductive system, thus affecting sperm production and quality.

However, not all cases of asthenospermia are related to kidney deficiency. Here are some possible causes of asthenospermia:

Lifestyle factors

Prolonged exposure to harmful chemicals, radiation, or excessive contact with harmful environments, as well as smoking, alcoholism, drug abuse, and unhealthy dietary habits, pose potential threats to male fertility.

Diseases and infections

Sexually transmitted diseases. STDs are a group of common infections, including gonorrhea, syphilis, AIDS, and so on. These diseases are usually transmitted through sexual contact and can cause inflammation of the reproductive system in male patients, affecting the function of the testicles and epididymis. Inflammation may damage the tissue of the balls, affecting the normal production and maturation of sperm, leading to sperm abnormalities and infertility. Sexually transmitted infections may also cause an increase in harmful bacteria in the sperm, which decreases sperm quality and reduces fertilization.

Urinary tract infections. Urinary infections are usually caused by bacterial infections such as prostatitis and urethritis. These infections can lead to urinary system inflammation, affecting the health of the testicles and sperm. Chronic prostatitis may increase white blood cells and inflammatory substances in sperm, which can damage their structure and viability.

Febrile illness. Hyperthermic states may affect testicle temperatures, and excessive testicle temperatures may result in abnormal sperm production and maturation. Febrile diseases like severe flu and mumps may temporarily affect sperm production. After the patient's condition subsides, the sperm can usually return to normal levels.

Testicle problem

Testicular Injury. The testicles are delicate organs in the scrotum, and a blow or impact from an external force may result in injury. Severe testicular injuries may result in tissue rupture, bleeding, and inflammation that can interfere with the normal function of the testicles. Even more minor injuries may interfere with sperm production, leading to weak spermatozoa.

Testicular tumors. The presence of tumors may interfere with the normal structure and function of the testicle and affect sperm production. Early detection and diagnosis are key, as early treatment of testicular tumors has a higher success rate and helps maintain fertility.

(3) Testicular torsion. Testicular torsion is an acute testicular problem that is usually caused by an interruption of blood supply due to the rotation of the testicle. Testicular torsion is an emergency and requires immediate medical attention. If not treated promptly, the testicular tissue may become damaged or necrotic, causing lasting effects on sperm production.

The causes of asthenospermia are complex, and supplements and aphrodisiac drugs usually provide only short-term results with limited improvement in sperm quality. Asthenospermia treatment needs to regulate and improve sperm production and quality fundamentally, not just temporarily increasing sperm count.

Many patients unthinkingly use all kinds of supplements and aphrodisiacs to treat, but they are often ineffective or counterproductive. The blind use of supplements and aphrodisiac drugs may have certain risks and side effects. Before using these drugs, you should consult a professional doctor's advice and understand the indications and side effects of the drugs to avoid unnecessary risks.

For the choice of treatment, the herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can help patients eliminate inflammation and fundamentally improve and cure asthenospermia without adverse effects on the body.

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