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what is the impact of male prostrate gland in human reproductive system?

By Anonymous May 5, 2010 - 4:34am
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this is the 5th year of our married life &i m a mother of 3years old baby girl& recently (within one year) suffered from 2 consecutive missed abortions (in 1st trimistre) due 2 the lack of cardiac activity in foetus ...though my hypothyriod condition is discovered few years back but by the help of proper medication (thyroxine) my TSH level is completely undercontrol since last more than 4years (rest of my reproductive harmones like prolactin, progesterone & insulin as well as my uterus & ovary conditions r seem 2 be normal).... on the other side my hubby is suffering from some sort of prastrate problem (calcifiaction or something like that), does it effect the human fertility? or can u please tell me the other possible reasons 4 these missed abortions?

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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question and I am sorry to hear about your miscarriages. It must be tough. Miscarriages or spontaneous abortions are very common. Research suggests that women may experience miscarriage as high as 50% of the time she is pregnant. There are times where women will experience a miscarriage and may never even know it blaming it on maybe a heavy period that month.

Needless to say, there is no definitive answer as to why spontaneous abortions occur. There are many factors associated with miscarriages such as age, trauma, genetic defects, your health, etc. Here is a plethora of information about miscarriages from Medicine Net http://www.medicinenet.com/miscarriage/article.htm.

As you can tell, there are many factors. Have you talked to your physician about this? What has he/she said about your lost pregnancies?

As for your other question, I think you were asking if your husbands prostate issues would have something to do with your miscarriages. If he is impregnating you, that shouldn't be an issue. There are studies that link low sperm count to miscarriages though. Have you and your husband both been tested for genetic issues or infertility?

I hope this information helps. Can you keep us updated?

May 5, 2010 - 12:45pm
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