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In the adult male training sperm in the testicles is continuous (spermatogenesis). A cell does not need specialized 72 to 74 days to convert into a mature germ cell. From each testis, sperm heads for the epididymis a tube-shaped spiral, located at the top and back of the testicles, which stores up to ejaculation is about to happen. The sperm is transported through ejaculatory canal. Moreover, the channel ejaculation, the fluid produced by seminal vesicles is added to the sperm to form semen, at the time of ejaculation moves through the urethra to exit abroad.
To be fertile, the man should be able to deposit an adequate amount of normal sperm in the vagina of woman. Infertility occurs when several factors interfere this process.
An increase in temperature of the testes by a fever or prolonged exposure to excessive heat reduces considerably the quantity and mobility of sperm and increase the amount sperm abnormal semen. The formation of sperm is more efficient at about 34 ° C, which is lower than normal body temperature. The testes, which are where the sperm is formed, remain this lower temperature because of its location in the scrotum, which is outside of what is properly the body cavity.
The total absence of sperm (azoospermia) due to a serious illness within the testes or block or absence of the vas deferens both sides. When semen does not contain fructose, a sugar produced by vesicles seminal means missing the vas deferens or vesicles, or then there is an obstruction in the ejaculatory canals.
A varicocele, the anatomic abnormality more common in infertile men, is a mass of dilated veins and winding that is formed in the scrotum, similar to what happens with varicose veins. The abnormality prevents the proper drainage of blood from the testes and therefore raises its temperature and reduces the formation of sperm.
Sometimes the semen following a direction contrary to the usual retrograde ejaculation, or that is, moves to the bladder instead of moving to the male sexual organ. This problem is more common in men undergoing an intervention pelvic surgery, particularly the removal of a prostate, and in diabetics. An abnormal functioning of nerves can also cause a retrograde ejaculation.
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