Preparing for conception is a very difficult thing. In addition to health, you also need to know various skills of preparing for pregnancy. Isn't it? No, this can be caused by mutual "dislike" of sperm and eggs. So what's going on here? Let's get a look.Why don't sperm and eggs love each other?
In short, exclusion of sperm and eggs is commonly referred to as immune infertility. Immune infertility refers to local immunity against following tissues of hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis and women can generally present as anovulation, amenorrhea and in males can generally present with a decrease in spermatozoa or a decrease in sperm motility, which is usually referred to in a broad sense, i.e. infertile pairs are normal, except for antisperm immunity or immunity against zona pellucida.Intercepted semen: 'female antisperm antibodies' detected
For women, sperm and seminal plasma of men are obviously a foreign body. But under normal circumstances, women will not produce anti-sperm antibodies, only under certain circumstances, such as inflammation and damage to female genital tract, antibodies will also be produced in female serum and cervical mucus. At this time, macrophages in female reproductive tract, especially in uterus, will trigger an immune response and "self-defense" that can render sperm that have entered cervix immobile, agglutinated, or killed.
Female patients with a positive antisperm status often present with inflammation of reproductive system, such as endometritis, vaginitis, and salpingitis, before onset of disease. In this case, lymphatic immunotherapy can be used for treatment.Sperm antibody test
If you haven't gotten pregnant in over a year, consider testing for antisperm antibodies.
The likelihood of immune infertility is very small compared to other causes of infertility, which is why many couples and even hospitals ignore this examination. Most couples do this test only after checking for other physical problems.
Couples who have not conceived for a year or more must be tested. Friends over age of 35 who have not conceived for more than six months may prioritize test. The results of joint test of both husbands and wife are more accurate.
In addition, in our daily lives, we must also pay attention to prevention, not only to prepare for pregnancy, but also to prepare for our own health.
If you find that you don't have any problems, but you just can't get pregnant, it could be caused by anti-sperm antibodies. You should go to a regular hospital in time to find out cause and treat symptoms so that you can recover as soon as possible.