MALNUTRITION OF THE TESTICULES LINKED TO TESTICULAR ATROPHY AND THE MOST EFFECIENT CURE

stephany By On 10/03/2020 at 10:26 0

In Male Infertility

The importance of the testicles in a man's body is difficult to overestimate, thanks to these sex glands, the boys first grow up and then become fathers. Testicles are the central organ of the entire male reproductive system. Therefore, testicular health is considered a matter of paramount importance, because any pathological situation in this part of the male body affects reproductive function and can lead to infertility. It happens that the stronger sex does not even suspect the existence of a problem until the question of childbirth arises. For example, testicular malnutrition is often first detected during a doctor's examination and examination for infertility. This also results in the shrinkage of the testicles and known as testicular atrophy. 

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Reasons for the development of pathology

The testicles can be felt by hand, normally they are oval, painless, softly elastic, one usually is slightly higher than the other. Sizes range from 5-6 cm in length to 3-3.5 cm in width. The difference in size between the two testicles is allowed, but it should not exceed more than 0.6-0.7 cm, otherwise, you need to contact a urologist to find out the causes of malnutrition (decrease in volume) of one or both gonads.

What are the causes of secondary malnutrition:

  • a complication of acute viral infections (eg mumps);
  • inflammatory processes - orchitis, orchoepididymitis (damage to the tissue of the testis and appendage);
  • traumatic damage to the genitals;
  • hydrocele (dropsy of the testicles);
  • sexually transmitted diseases (if treatment was not timely done);
  • varicose veins of the testicle - malnutrition may be one of the complications after varicocele operated on by the classical method or by sclerotherapy;
  • cryptorchidism (undescended testicle in the scrotum) - the cause may be either a prolonged presence of the testicle in the abdominal cavity, or a complication after an operation performed in early childhood without medical preparation;
  • neoplasms of the male genital glands;
  • radiation exposure;
  • tumors of the pituitary gland and hypothalamus;
  • abuse of anabolics or other hormonal drugs;
  • autoimmune diseases.

The establishment of the cause is necessary to determine the tactics and method of treatment, as well as predicting the patient's future life.

What to do with testicular malnutrition?

Testicular hypotrophy (hypoplasia) - do not underestimate. It is a signal of a decrease in testicular function and may indicate serious violations. Often, testicular diseases pass without symptoms and are detected only when examined by a doctor for other reasons. But to cultivate an undiagnosed disease in the body is extremely dangerous, the consequences of this may turn out to be indifferent to other organs in the future.

The testicles develop in the prenatal period in the abdominal cavity. A few weeks before the birth of the boy, the testicles move through the inguinal canal by pulling all layers of tissue to themselves. There are quite a lot of these layers of tissues that stand in the way of their movement, a scrotum is formed from them, the function of which is to protect the testicles from all kinds of aggressive factors throughout life.

In the presence of a gene or chromosomal malfunction or when the fetal development is turned away from the normal testicle, structural changes can occur. Various pathologies arise, among which there is also hypotrophy of the left testicle, which manifests itself as reduced size of the left compared to the right.


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