Physiologic responses to long term exercise

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Physiologic responses to long term exercise

Physiologic responses to long term exercise

Because large numbers of men are exposed to such a risk for a long period of time, an adverse effect of vasectomy on health could have far-reaching negative consequences for public as well as individual health. Concern about the possibility of long-term risks of vasectomy was fueled by findings that vasectomy may accelerate development of atherosclerosis in monkeys, 12 but it originated in observations that a high proportion of men with vasectomy develop anti-sperm antibodies.

Nonetheless, the topic remains of considerable interest with reports of studies on the topic appearing regularly in the scientific literature.

Physiologic responses to long term exercise

The nerves involved in erectile function and ejaculation are not affected, and vasectomy does not lead to impotence or other sexual difficulties. As with female sterilization, vasectomy has sometimes been reported to have a positive effect on sexuality, possibly because the chance of unintended pregnancy has been reduced.

Thus, the client will not notice any reduction in the amount of semen ejaculated after vasectomy has been performed. Ruptures are usually asymptomatic and not problematic. Sperm granulomas that can form at the site of the rupture do not usually require treatment. Some vasectomy providers believe that this buildup can be avoided by leaving open the testicular end of the vas.

The results of these studies are summarized in Table 1. Studies of the effects of vasectomy on testosterone, luteinizing hormone LHand follicle-stimulating hormone FSH Study Time between vasectomy and last measure No.Physiologic Responses and Long- Term Adaptations To Exercise.

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