Medical research in recent years has found that 10% to 30% of infertility is caused by drugs. The medicine is three-point poisonous, and if it is not used properly, it is not difficult to understand that it will affect the quantity and quality of sperm .
Studies have shown that many drugs can have adverse effects on male reproductive function and sperm quality. Although it is necessary to take some drugs to treat diseases , attention should also be paid to their impact on reproductive function. These drugs are listed in the table below.
The effect of drugs on sperm is affected by factors such as the type of drug, dosage, course of treatment, and age of the patient. Generally speaking, the greater the dose of the drug used, the longer the course of treatment, the younger the patient, the more serious the damage to the reproductive function, and the longer the time required to restore the reproductive function.
Patients who have used drugs that seriously damage testicular fertility in large quantities for a long time, especially those who are unmarried and childless, should strictly control the dosage and time of medication to minimize the damage to reproductive function.
What needs to be specially reminded is that the sexual health products that are widely available in the society may contain certain sex hormones or similar ingredients, which may affect the normal spermatogenic function of the testicles. Unmarried and childless people should be extra careful when choosing to use them. use.