Bicycling and biking has been reduced more sperm count. This is much unknown truth for men; they don’t know that excess cycling and biking may be creating bad impact to sperm count and infertility, but it can create adverse effect to your body.
There is very simple reason that Bicycling has been linked to impotence in men and also may affect the sperm count and male fertility. Pressure from the bike seat may damage blood vessels and nerves that are responsible for erections.
Researches proof that, Mountain biking, which involves riding on off-road terrain exposes the perineum (the region between the scrotum and the anus) to more extreme shocks and vibrations and increases the risk for injuries to the scrotum. This sport can affect the cells and the nerves that help erection. . A study in Austria found that men who mountain bike are far more likely to have scrotal abnormalities, including calcium deposits, cysts, and twisted veins.
Using lubricants such petroleum jelly or vaginal creams may affect a man"s sperm quality. Because men don’t know the proper use of this cream and others lubricants so just ask and take advice to your doctor and after his suggestion, you use cream and pills.
Men who cycle can reduce such risks by the following- Taking frequent rests while biking, Wearing padded bike shorts, using a padded or specially contoured bike seat that is raised high enough and sits at the proper angle. Don’t use bike and bicycling excess because it must be bad for your internal health, male infertility and sperm count and after that also consult with your OB/GYN or primary care physician early, to better understand your body problem, and schedule yearly appointments to monitor your reproductive health, starting at an early age. And make smart decisions about your future.