Israeli study investigated the relationship of drop in sperm count with the constant use of cell phones. And men who use it for more than an hour a day have been found to double the risk of decreased sperm , says researchers at Technion Haifa and Centro Medico Carmel.
The study was published in the medical journal Reproductive BioMedicine and evidence was presented where the decline in male fertility has fallen more and more with the technological advancement of cell phones and the amount of time that men spend using it. In the research, semen from men with different cell phone usage habits were compared and analyzed and the conclusion was that those who keep the cell phone close to their groin had a low sperm count close to infertility. Likewise those who usually carry in their trouser pockets.
The researchers indicate that the use of cell phones is reduced, as well as not using them when they are still charging, since it also offers a risk of decreasing sperm. Sleeping with the cell phone beside the bed, keeping it in the pocket next to the groin or even in the back pocket and using headphones are some of the medical recommendations to reduce the risks of male infertility. Further research should be carried out to definitively point out the risks of cell radiation with the cause of male infertility.
My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.
Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.