Tuesday, 23 April 2013
BEWARE:Staphylococcus Infection (staph,)" now a widespread infection In Nigeria
Staphylococcus is a very complex disease, apart from being contracted sexually or as a toilet infection; there are some other ways of getting infected. If you have contracted any form of disease in the past like, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes, candida (yeast infection), urinary tract infection (U.T.I), etc, which you may have treated but not totally cured, could lead to staph infection.
When talking about infertility, many people around the world still think it's a "woman's problem." Over the past couple of years it is always women who have been the focus of discussion around infertility. But, what many people don't know is the fact that over half the cases of infertility are caused by men. How can a man suffer infertility? Well, it can be caused by many things. In this case, it's related to sperm count. But, first things first: what is infertility?
Children are blessings from God, and bringing a new child into the world is a dream many couples share. But, for some, turning that dream into reality has become a painful, heart-breaking and expensive nightmare. Infertility, or the ability to reproduce, affects from 25% to 45% of couples worldwide. And the number is growing.
Infertility can be defined as the inability of a woman to conceive after a year or more of regular sexual inter-courses during the time of ovulation (a woman’s fertile period). It also can be defined as inability of a woman to carry any pregnancy through mis-carriage.
In case of men – It is a failure to get a woman pregnant after a year or more of regular sexual activity.
Infertility has two types, primary and secondary infertility. Primary infertility is inability of a woman to conceive at all or inability of man to pregnant a woman. Secondly, infertility is a process whereby a woman or a man who was once fertile loses the fertility to conceive or impregnate a woman. A situation where a woman finds herself unable to conceive after having one or two kids is known as secondary infertility.
Infertility has been the cause of most broken marriages. Erectile dysfunction is one of the factors responsible for infertility.
Azoospermia (Dead Sperm Count) is one of the most severe forms of male factor infertility. It is a condition in which a man has no sperm in his ejaculate. In order to transport sperm outside of the body, it mixes with ejaculate (semen) at certain places throughout the male reproductive system. Sometimes, due to blockages or sperm production problems, sperm does not mix with ejaculate, and therefore cannot leave the body. This is why so many men with azoospermia find it difficult to have children.
So my candid advice to anyone that has any form of venereal disease or any disease at all should go for complete treatment and cure to avoid staph setting in.