Rarely Toothbrush Can Make Men Difficult To Have Hereditary

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Maintaining oral health is very important to prevent tooth decay and porous. But it turns out diligent toothbrush is equally important to ensure fertility. Men who rarely brush their teeth tend to be more difficult to impregnate their partner if rarely toothbrush. Why, how come?

Rarely toothbrushes cause dangerous gum infections

Rarely toothbrushes cause cavities (caries) and gum inflammation due to accumulation of bacterial plaque. If left unchecked, the gums become loose, inflamed redness, easily bleeding, and festering. Teeth become sensitive and loose. This condition is called gingivitis. Over time gingivitis may develop more severe resulting in chronic inflammation of the teeth called periodintitis.

Periodintitis causes the gums to recede away from the teeth to reveal the roots of teeth. The open gums make the blood flow around the teeth vulnerable to contamination of disease-causing bacteria. The bacterial toxin then begins to attack the tissues and bones that hold the teeth in place, thus making the teeth slack and easily loose. Bacteria can also circulate throughout the body by riding the bloodstream. This is why gum disease has long been associated with an increased risk of a number of chronic diseases such as heart disease, respiratory disorders, kidney disorders, and also stroke.


So, what are the consequences of rarely brushing teeth on male fertility?


Gum and tooth diseases caused by rarely toothbrush can cause the quality of sperm and your semen to deteriorate. Although it is not clear what the causal relationship is, there are many theories that are able to support that dental and oral health greatly affect your chances of impregnating your partner.

First, almost all dental and gum diseases are affected by bacteria that multiply overly. The buildup of bacteria in the mouth can then spread throughout the body and multiply further in other areas of the body. When an infection or trace of bacteria is found in your semen, this condition is referred to as bacteriospermia - characterized by a small sperm count, non-nimble sperm motion, and an abnormal sperm form. Abnormalities in sperm have been shown to be one of the risk factors for male infertility.

Second, infected gums can release toxic triggers of inflammation in large quantities, triggering the body's immune system to overreact while trying to fight it. Excessive reactions of the immune system make it overwhelming to distinguish good and evil. As a result, the immune system actually behind the healthy and non-threatening cells, such as sperm cells. This can then also affect the implantation of a fertilized egg.

Poor oral hygiene in men in general is also influenced by smoking habits. Men who smoke are at high risk for dental and gum disease. In addition, smoking itself is also known to have a negative impact on infertility.

Rarely toothbrush can also make women difficult to get pregnant

Inflammation of the gums causes blood flow in the mouth to be vulnerable to contamination by bacteria. In women, gum disease potentially extends the time it takes to get pregnant. Researchers at Western Australia University found that women with gum inflammation need to wait for more than seven months to a year until they can become pregnant. The average woman usually only needs to wait about five months to get pregnant.

Meanwhile, pregnant women who have chronic gum disease risk eight times higher for miscarriage, premature birth, or low birth weight.
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