Infectious Diseases of the Male and female Genital tract

Genitourinary tract infections on the male may take several different directions. The first is that of direct damage to the sperm or for the seminal fluid. These are the easily treatable by simple eliminating the offending agents to cure. A second effect may be seen in the development of sperm, either by direct or indirect actions. The severity of the infection may affect the body constitutionally so that the body metabolic energy fight towards the infection and the activity that is less vital to an individual’s immediate survival and recovery needs, such as the synthesis or maturation of spermatozoa. The adverse effects of systemic illness on fertility have been demonstrated that while some antibiotics may affect spermatogenesis, others may impact seminal fluid quality. Infectious Diseases of the Female Genital Tract remains as a cornerstone and a major source of comprehensive and practical information on medical issues related to female genital tract infections. Gynecologicalstudy includes arrangement of epidemiology, predisposing factors, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, novel therapies, and prevention diseases.

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