Hundreds to thousands of endocrine-disrupting chemicals found in toothpaste, soap and plastic toys could be behind drop in male fertility, as revealed from a German- Danish team of researchers from the Center of Advanced European Studies and Research. For the first time, they showed a direct link between exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals from industrial products and adverse effects on human sperm function.
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The Importance Of Having Healthy Sperm
The scientists looked at the impact of these chemicals on the CatSperion channel, a calcium channel that controlled sperm motility, it showed that when endocrine disruptors were applied at concentrations measured in body fluids, it directly opened CatSper and, thereby, increased the calcium levels in sperm, changed their swimming behavior, and triggered the release of digestive enzymes that helped the sperm to break through the egg coat.
The study indicated that endocrine disruptors might disturb the precisely coordinated sequence of events underlying fertilization in several ways, i.e. the chemicals might evoke changes in swimming behavior at the wrong time and wrong place, hinder navigation of sperm towards the egg, and also might hamper the penetration into the protective egg coat.
What is Infertility?
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Infertility refers to the inability to have children. It can be divided into two broad categories – primary and secondary infertility. Primary infertility refers to the inability to ever have a child. Secondary infertility refers to those cases where people have had children but fail to conceive after that.
The reasons may be acquired, genetic or influenced by lifestyle. Infertility affects men and women all around the world and is the cause of many cultural and social stigmas.
The countries with the lowest rates of female infertility are in the South American continent. It is estimated that approximately 3 to 7% of all couples worldwide suffer from infertility. Infertility has increased since the 1980s and the rate increases in proportion with the age of men and women. 40% of all issues with infertility are diagnosed in men, an equal number in women, and 20% due to complications in both partners.
Acquired female infertility is spurred on by age, tobacco smoking, diabetes, STDs, body weight and eating disorders. The same account to male fertility with the addition of testicular factors, trauma and impotence.
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