The top common vas deferens problems are all those problems that destroy your normal sexual function. The vas deferens' function is to carry sperm from your epididymis in anticipation of that intense and all-consuming rush of orgasmic sensation known as ejaculation. If you've got any vas deferens problems, then you had best check it out at a doctor's, dude.
- CAVD. The top common vas deferens problem is CAVD, which is an acronym that stands for a genetic disorder that is characterized by a type of absence of vas deferens. Since this is a genetic disorder, it is often present before a man's birth. If you are an unlucky dude who has yourself this genetic disorder, then that means your body will be able to still produce the all-important semen. Unfortunately for your ejaculation prospects, you will not have any natural or normal way of transmitting said sperm from your body to any female outside of it!
- Obstructive Azoospermia. Obstructive azoospermia is the second most common vas deferens problem for men. Broadly, azoospermia is the utter absence of sperm on an analysis of semen. Obstructive azoospermia happens when the duct that usually transmits the sperm from the testicle to the urethra gets blocked somehow. This type of unfortunate blocking can occur as a side effect of a surgery or even during a repair of a hernia. If this is the case and you have obstructive azoospermia from a surgery, what may have occurred to unlucky you is that your little vas deferens was sadly damaged in the surgery, or even snipped when it should not have!
- Nonobstructive Azoospermia. The final common vas deferens problem in men relates to nonobstructive azoospermia. This occurs when there very well may be a more troublesome ordeal occurring with your biology. Nonobstructive azoospermia happens when there is a total dysfunction in your production of sperm. This dysfunction problem in your sperm production may be related to a defect with your hypothalamus gland or your pituitary gland. Likewise, the sperm production dilemma may just be from a testicular issue, all the while your testes are still otherwise normal in all other aspects.
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