What are the symptoms of infertility caused by testicular abnormalities

  What are the symptoms of infertility caused by testicular abnormalities? This disease is a male disease. The harm of this combined disease is very great. It is because of this disease that many male friends do not know what to do. The following infertility experts Kai made the following introduction, hoping to be helpful to male friends.

  1. Ectopic testis. When the testis descends from the inguinal canal, it may not descend into the normal position in the scrotum, which causes ectopic testis. Ectopic testis is rare, and its clinical significance and treatment principles are generally the same as cryptorchidism.

  2. Anorchia Congenital bilateral anorchia, this phenomenon is extremely rare, and its cause may be: after the sex differentiation of the fetus , the fetal testis is destroyed by some kind of toxin.

  3. Polyorchidism, refers to the number of testes more than 2, generally considered no more than 3 testes, more on the left than on the right. The extra testis rarely develops normally, and the long-term ectopic and atrophic testis may undergo malignant transformation.

  4. Combined testis refers to the fusion of both testicles, which can occur in the scrotum or in the abdominal cavity. And testis is often accompanied by other serious congenital malformations, and few people can develop and survive.

  5. Testicular hypoplasia. During the embryonic period, due to blood supply disturbance or spermatic cord torsion when the testis descends, this disease can be caused. Cryptorchidism, sexual immaturity and hypopituitarism are also common causes of this disease.

  6. Testicular hyperplasia, testicular hyperplasia means that the testis is larger than normal, but its hardness and local anatomical relationship are normal. It is common in the absence or hypoplasia of one testis, and the compensatory hyperplasia of the opposite testis.

  7. Orchitis, usually caused by bacteria and viruses. Bacterial infection rarely occurs in the testis itself, because the testis has a rich supply of blood and lymph fluid, so it has a strong resistance to bacterial infection. Bacterial orchitis is mostly caused by inflammation of the adjacent epididymis, so it is also called epididymis-orchitis.

  8. For cryptorchidism, under normal circumstances, the testicle descends into the scrotum at the later stage of fetal development. However, cryptorchidism (undescended testes) occurs in about 3% of full-term male babies and 30% of premature male babies. In most of these babies , the testicles can be descended into the scrotum within a few months after birth, but about 0.8% of the male babies have not yet descended into the scrotum after one year of life.

  The occurrence of this disease is a disease that many men want to know. The harm of this disease is many men, and many men do not know much about this disease.