Antibiotics men sperm
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30 Apr Public health issues relating to the overuse of antibiotics to cure have an effect not just on a male's sperm viability, but his offspring's as well.
Other commonly used antibiotics, such as minocycline, have been shown to be toxic to sperm at any concentration. Until further information is available.
Description:Advanced Search Abstract Ejaculate quality may limit male reproductive success, and consequently, sperm quality is of importance. To reduce immunological reactions against their own sperm, males are dependent on the testis being an immunoprivileged site. Immunoprivilege is obtained by the blood-testis barrier and by local immunosuppression by androgens. Despite this testicular immunosuppression, an influx of leukocytes may occur in testes. The condition in which males have a heightened level of leukocytes in semen is called leukocytospermia, and it is associated with reduced fertility. As the ability of immunosuppression by androgens may depend on current intensities of infectious organisms in the extratesticular soma, only males with high parasite resistance may be able to bear the cost of immunosuppression and consequently produce high quality ejaculates.