Ct scan and sperm

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Sperm cells are important for fertilization and their quality may be influenced by several factors such as hot tubs or bike riding. You may wonder if a CT scan can affect sperm cells in any way. The response will depend on the dose of the radiation, but most CT scans will not harm sperm cells and will only be dangerous if repeated several times in a short amount of time. A CT scan is x-ray computed tomography and is an analysis that can be performed in various areas of the body such as the head or the abdominal cavity. The test is performed to obtain an image of the interior of the body. Several 2D images will be taken to make up a 3D image.
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Radiation Effects on the Egg and Sperm

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The risks of CT scans: what an informed patient should know – Dr. Jen Gunter

Post by Dr. Quick links. Infertility with radiation? I want to say there's about 60 on my file. I know that every time you are given a CT scan, you are putting yourself through an intense amount of radiation each time. Could my 60 give or take a few CT scans have possibly made me infertile? I'm otherwise healthy if not a tad underweight , I've been pregnant once, but it was a long time ago before a lot of the CT scans and it was an ectopic pregnancy which miscarried.
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Answer to Question #10723 Submitted to "Ask the Experts"

We know that very high radiation doses can damage or kill eggs or sperm. However, diagnostic radiology e. These doses are much lower than those that could produce destructive effects to eggs or sperm. None of these investigations have identified any negative effects. Therefore, diagnostic radiation that involves exposing reproductive organs to low levels of radiation is considered safe regarding genetic effects.
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Genetic effects those that are seen in the children of the exposed person are possible when the egg or sperm is irradiated; however, this effect has not been demonstrated in humans. The concern of most patients is whether radiation exposure to the egg or sperm will result in birth defects. The risk from radiation exposure to the egg or sperm prior to conception has been studied in two large populations. In one study, thousands of patients who were exposed to radiation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and had families were studied for the incidence of genetic disease and other reproductive effects. After 50 years of study on this population, there has been no demonstrable increase in genetic disease found.
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