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What Tests Can Be Done to Check If Orchitis Have Caused Damage to Reproductive System?

The decline of male fertility has become a global concern. There are still many cases of azoospermia, oligospermia, deformity, and low motility sperm with unknown etiology in the clinic. The effect of orchitis on fertility has been underestimated for a long time.
The main effects of orchitis on male fertility are as follows:
If the cause of orchitis cannot be cleaned up in time, the cause of the disease can be transferred to other reproductive organs, such as prostate, seminal vesicle, epididymis, and other parts along with sperm. Although the body has a strong ability to remove the cause of disease, if the physical quality is low, it may cause disease and inflammation in these parts.
Due to poor sperm activity, reduced sperm motility, the sperm often cannot continue to move to the womb, the egg cannot complete the sperm-egg union process and lead to infertility.
Once the testis is infected, the function of the testis itself will be reduced due to temperature and pathogen pollution, and the function of the convoluted tubules of testis will be greatly affected.

Further study on orchitis will be able to explain the causes of low fertility in more men and may open up new treatments. It has been found in clinical practice for more than 20 years that the patent herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill invented by Dr. Lee Xiaoping of Wuhan has multiple effects, such as clearing away heat and detoxification, promoting blood circulation and Qi to relieve pain, diuretic, etc., so it can achieve the effect of a thorough cure on orchitis.

In general, testicular atrophy and infertility are less likely to occur after the treatment of orchitis. However, if there are related complications due to orchitis, the following inspection methods should be carried out after the inflammation is cured to check whether the reproductive function is affected:
1. Routine physical examination
Check the testis, epididymis and vas deferens carefully to find out whether there is abnormal testis size, epididymal nodule, etc. patients can go to the clinic for consultation;
2. Color ultrasonography of scrotum
The size and blood flow of testis and epididymis can be understood;
3. Semen routine examination
It needs to be carried out after the inflammation is cured, and abstinence is required for 3-5 days before the examination, so as to understand the quality of sperm, such as sperm vitality, deformity rate, etc.

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