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Why should men have a pre-marital health check?

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PT Health Life – Premarital health examination helps detect diseases and health problems, including hidden genetic characteristics, infectious diseases, especially sexually transmitted diseases, especially for pregnant women. male.

1. Benefits of premarital health examination

Premarital health examination plays an important and necessary role in helping:

– Raise awareness and understanding of the health of yourself and your partner, grasp necessary health information such as: medical history, genetic factors, diet and exercise, weight … and risk factors for disease.

– Prevent sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, syphilis, gonorrhea and herpes… Because if not diagnosed and treated early, sexually transmitted diseases can lead to complications. health problems such as infertility, premature birth, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, cancer and/or early death…

– Helps detect genetic disorders because these diseases will be passed on to children. Therefore, early screening is needed to reduce the burden of genetic diseases.

– Provide necessary information about each person’s fertility. Thereby, it is possible to detect abnormal conditions that risk reducing the ability to conceive and increasing pregnancy complications.

– Prepare mentally and physically for later life, ready to welcome a baby.

Premarital health check-ups help detect diseases and health problems. Illustration.

2. What do men need to examine before marriage?

Proactive pre-marital examination and testing for men is very necessary. So what do you need to do?

– Testicular ultrasound detects early abnormalities affecting sperm production such as testicular torsion, varicocele, epididymitis, testicular fibrosis with infection, and malignant tumors.

– Semen analysis helps analyze and evaluate sperm quantity, quality, survival rate, mobility, and morphology.

– General examination for sexually transmitted diseases to ensure men do not carry pathogens that can transmit to women and fetuses such as HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia…

– Blood tests.

– Genetic testing to determine whether the future father carries any disease genes that can be passed on to the child. This test also helps men detect early genetic disorders that can cause male infertility such as Klinefelter syndrome (having two or more X chromosomes in the chromosome set (XXY).

– General tests such as liver and kidney function tests, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, blood fat; check the heart and lungs; Taking medical and surgical history… helps assess overall health status and detect diseases that can affect reproductive health.

Proactive pre-marital examination and testing for men is very necessary. Illustration.

Doctor’s advice

Before premarital examination , men need to pay attention to:

  • Avoid ejaculation and sexual intercourse for 3-5 days to ensure sperm count, helping to analyze semen most accurately.
  • You should arrange to see a doctor as soon as possible.
  • To ensure accurate results, you should not eat breakfast, drink sugary substances, gas or narcotics such as tea, coffee… 8-12 hours before the examination/blood test.
  • Keep your body, ears, nose, throat, and private areas clean so as not to affect the doctor’s vision during the examination.
  • Wear comfortable, loose clothing.
  • Bring your examination book and previous examination and test results to your examination to help the doctor have better information.
  • Frankly discuss the health problems you are experiencing.
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