INFECTIONS: THE INFERTILITY TIME BOMB:MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS AND UREAPLASMA UREALYTICUM ARE VERY COMMON ORGANISMS THAT CAN INFECT THE GENITOURINARY TRACTS OF MEN AND WOMEN. THESE ORGANISMS DON’T ALWAYS CAUSE INFERTILITY, BUT:

According to a study in the 1970s, there seems to be a higher frequency of these organisms in the ejaculates and cervical secretions of couples with unexplained infertility problems. And when the


In men, this type of infection can decrease the sperm count, reduce motility and increase the number of abnormal sperm (Fertil Steril, 1975; 26: 1212; Israel J Med Sci, 1978; 14: 347; Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1978; 130: 307)


These organisms have also been linked with an increased risk of miscarriage (Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1983; 145: 24-50).

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