Alcohol abuse is the root cause of infertility – NGO

Alcohol abuse is the root cause of infertility – NGO ••

Alcohol abuse is the root cause of infertility – NGO

A Non-Governmental Organization, NGO, Rose Du Rouge, has stated that indulgence in unprotected sex and abuse of alcohol are the root causes of infertility.

The NGO made the assertion at Abraka through a volunteer Consultant Physician, Dr. Sharon Osaide Arigbe-Osula, during a health talk held at the Delta State University, in Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State.

According to Dr. Arigbe-Osula, the NGO’s primary aim is prevention & creation of awareness for the Global Epidemic infertility.

He stressed that his organization is primed at exposing the risks and symptoms associated with youths and the populace.

He identified smoking, abuse of alcohol as some of the causes of infertility in young and old people.

Dr. Osula further noted that smoking could also lead to poor morphology as well as low sperm counts in men.

The medical practitioner also stated that gonorrhea, urinary track infections which is common in men and women are mainly contacted from public toilets pointing out that it could affect the bladder, uretra and the ovaries.

While noting that ovarian failure are more in women who smoke, Osula added that abortions (D&C’s) is another major cause of infertility.


For Advert, News or Suggestions, Please Call Paul Ikpe on +2347068326095 or +2348112314242, Email: •• •• Did you find this post interesting? Drop a comment telling me what you feel or think about what you just read and i will give a quick reply if necessary. I love and care about my readers so much. Remain Blessed! 😘

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s