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Does Ureaplasma Urealytic infection affect male sperm secretion?
Genito urethromycin (Ureaplasma urealyticum and small Ureaplasma urealyticum) and Mycoplasma (Mycoplasma genitum and Mycoplasma hominis) are potential pathogenic species that play a role in genital infections and male infertility. However, reports on the effects of these microbial infections in sperm secretion variables are controversial.
 
Foreign scholars have done a study on the effects of these microbial infections on sperm secretion variables. The purpose of this study was to determine the genitals in infertile men's semen samples. The frequency of infection with Urethritis and mycoplasma and the comparison of these variability in infected and uninfected male semen with these micro organisms.
 
Method:
 
A survey of 120 semen samples collected from infertile men was conducted. The semen samples were examined for the presence of genital urethritis and mycoplasma DNA by an internal PCR-microtiter plate hybridization assay. Semen analysis is assessed according to WHO guidelines. Statistical analysis was performed using standard parameter techniques (t test) and non-parametric tests (Wilcoxon test).
 
Result:
 
The frequency of detection of Mycoplasma genitalium and Mycoplasma in infertile men's semen samples was 19.2% (23/120) and 15.8% (19/120), respectively. The incidence of Ureaplasma urealyticum (15%) was higher than that of Mycoplasma hominis (10.8%), Mycoplasma hominis (4.2%) and Mycoplasma genitalium (5%). A mixture of mycoplasma and uromycin was detected in 6.7% of semen samples.
 
Comparison of standard semen analysis parameters between infertile couple partners and male partners without genital candida and mycoplasma infections revealed the presence of human mycoplasma DNA in semen samples with low sperm concentration (p = 0.007) and abnormal sperm ( P = 0.03), sperm concentration was inversely correlated with genital mycoplasma testing in infertile men's semen samples (p = 0.05). The mean values of semen volume, pH, vigor, motility and white blood cell count were not significantly correlated with the detection of genital mycoplasma DNA or the detection of urinary urease DNA in semen samples.
 
In Conclusion:
 
Our results indicate that Mycoplasma genitalium and Candida urinary tract appear to be widespread among male partners of infertile couples. It is recommended to check for timely treatment of genital mycoplasma infection. It is recommended that couples be treated with both men and women. Ureaplasma urealyticum infection can be combined with patented natural herbal medicine. Take Diuretic and Anti-Inflammatory Pill for example, it can be an ideal choice.  
 
Because male genital mycoplasma infection may have a negative impact on semen quality, our results also indicate that the PCR-microtiter plate hybridization assay provides a fast and efficient technique for detecting human genital mycoplasma and urease, which is useful for the pathogenic and epidemiological studies of these pathogens, and the Diretic and Anti-Inflammatory Pill has shown great efficacy in the treatment of such diseases. At present, millions of patients have benefited from it and recovered.
 
 

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