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Problems of the vas deferens

Aug 31st 2012 at 4:19 AM

The vas deferens are part of the male reproductive system. After the body produces sperm, it travels from the epididymis through the vas deferens. It is there that the seminal vesicles are with sperm. The slippery substance and milky in color visible in the semen is composed of seminal vesicles. When the vas deferens have problems sometimes go unnoticed until the man wants to conceive.

Type

 

The two main types of problems are obstructions such ducts and congenital absence of the vas deferens (CAVD in English). Men with plugged ducts have all reproductive parts physically, simply a barrier that blocks sperm and keeps it from entering the ejaculatory duct pearly penile info. On the other hand, men with ARVC have a birth defect are born without a vas deferens.

 

Importance

The only real problem of the vas deferens clogged or the lack thereof, is the inability to conceive without medical intervention. These men are considered infertile and can only have children with invasive measures.

 

Causes

 

Men with congenital absence of the vas deferens are often born with a mutation in the CFTR gene, says pearly penile papules removal. This mutation can be passed from father to son. Blocking in the vas deferens is usually the result of a previous injury or surgery in the reproductive area. The damaged tissue or scar may obstruct the ducts.

 

Solution

 

If the problems of the vas deferens to a blockage, sometimes can be fixed by surgery. Moreover, those born without ducts may still have biological children through intracytoplasmic sperm injection and in vitro fertilization, according FertilityFactor.com. In both cases the sperm is fertile, but simply can not get out of the penis. For the conception possible is necessary to cultivate sperm.

 

Vision of an expert

 

More than half of men have CAVD CFTR gene mutation, according AccessDNA.com. Unfortunately, cystic fibrosis is caused by mutations of the same gene. This means that men who decide to make fertility treatment genetic testing should be done because they could have a child with cystic fibrosis.

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