Rare treatment in men with upstream ion

Upstream dysaclysm is a type of psychological disorder in men and is one of the leading causes of late rarity. So is it difficult to treat upstream esthees?

1. A quick learn about the rare upstream este – infertility in men

Reverse ion is an abnormality in ionation when orgasming in men. At that time, semen will not be released outside but go backwards into the bladder through the urethra. This is noticeable by some manifestations such as:

  • Semen is not seen after each orgasm.
  • After ionation, the patient's urine is mixed with some pigs, opaque white.

2. Is upstream ionation dangerous?

In theory, upstream ioning is a painless abnormality and also does not pose a danger to the patient. In fact, men with reverse ion still see a small amount of semen coming out, so many people do not know they are sick.

However, upstream ioning is the cause of rarity and infertility in men. Therefore, patients need to be examined and treated if they want to give birth.

Upstream ioning

Upstream ioning

3. Treatment of upstream ion in men

Due to the lack of ioning out or too little production, fertility in men will be strongly limited, causing rarity and infertility. Accordingly, for the treatment of reverse ion in men, doctors will base on the cause of the disease.

3.1. Treatment of upstream esacing with drugs

The drug will be used when the cause of reverse ion is nerve damage. Most often, these lesions come from diabetes, multiple sclerosis, some other types of surgery/treatments.

However, the drug will not support anything if the cause of reverse ion is surgery that causes physical changes in the body, such as bladder neck surgery, prostate removal … Some medications used to treat reverse ion include:

  • Imipramine (Tofranil).
  • Midodrine.
  • Chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton) and Brompheniramine (Veltane).
  • Ephedrine (Akovaz and others), Pseudoephedrine (Sudafed), and Phenylephrine (Vazculep).

Most of these drugs will help keep the bladder neck muscles closed during ioning. Despite being an effective treatment for upstream ion,the drug can still cause side effects or unfavorable reactions to other drugs. Besides, some therapeutic drugs also increase blood pressure and heart rate , sopose a high risk if the patient is having high blood pressure or cardiovascular problems.

In addition, you need to pay attention to the declaration of the drugs being used, since some drugs have the ability to cause reverse iasis such as drugs fordepression, alpha blockers (treatment of high blood pressure and diseases of the prostate …).

medicine

Some drugs used to treat upstream ion

3.1 Treatment of infertility/late rarity due to upstream ion

The use of the drug does not always bring a high therapeutic effect. In some cases, for the treatment of rare late in men due to reverse ionization, doctors are forced to try to extract sperm. Surgical procedures include:

  • Sperm poking (TESA): local anesthesia and needle to remove sperm from the testicles.
  • Peridural sperm (PESA): local anesthesia and needle to remove sperm from the sperm crest – the duc ducct that connects to the testicles.
  • Testicle extract (TESE): similar to TESA, TESE will remove sperm directly from the testicles under the effect of anesthetics. The difference with TESA is that TESE will need an incision in the testicles.

After successfully extracting semen from men, doctors will support fertilization in 2 ways:

  • In vi vial fertilization: it is necessary to remove the eggs from the female and then fertilize in a petri dish. After successful fertilization and having embryos developed, doctors will implant the embryo into the woman's uterus.
  • Intra-uterus fertilization: at this procedure, doctors will inject semen directly into the woman's uterus during their ovulation.

Testicle Extract (TESE)

Testicle Extract (TESE)

In fact, upstream ioning is not so dangerous but in the long run will affect fertility, infertility in men.

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Infertility in men

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SEE MORE:

  • Upstream ioning can cause infertility
  • Reverse ion after treatment of prostate pathology
  • How often should men ionl once?

About: Minh Quynh

b1ffdb54307529964874ff53a5c5de33?s=90&d=identicon&r=gI am the author of Share99.net. I had been working in Vinmec International General Hospital for over 10 years. I dedicate my passion on every post in this site.

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