Reproductive examination can determine whether there are diseases affecting fertility, and can clearly understand the status of male reproductive system.

So what kinds of Physical Examinations should Men do before Marriage? What are the microbiological tests associated with male infertility?

1. Prostate fluid examination. Prostate fluid is a vital element of semen, accounting for about 30% of semen. Prostate fluid examination is mainly useful for the diagnosis of chronic prostatitis, pathogenic microorganism examination and curative effect observation, etc. It can also be useful for venereal disease examination.

2. Routine semen examination. Patients should abstinence for 3 - 5 days to carry out the male reproductive system examination, the best way to take samples by masturbation, To ensure that all semen can be obtained and review 1 - 2 times in 2 weeks.

3. Microbiological tests related to male infertility. Male urinary and the reproductive system infections often cause male infertility.

Pathogenic microorganisms related to male urinary and reproductive system infections include bacteria, viruses, spirochetes, mycoplasma, chlamydia, etc. Neisseria gonorrhoeae, papillomavirus, adenoplast and Chlamydia trachomatis are normal infections.

If chlamydia, prostatitis, chronic prostatitis, urethritis, obstruction of vas deferens and other urogenital diseases are detected before marriage, they are routine urogenital diseases, that will affect normal sexual life and fertility.

Especially in the event the patient's condition can last for a very long time, symptoms recur repeatedly, and antibiotics have become resistant, herbal remedy Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can be used for 1 to 3 months of early treatment, in order to avoid affecting the harmony of sexual life after marriage, and supply a layer of protection for healthy reproduction.

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