According to doctors, once a man is diagnosed with the new crown virus, it may lead to “male disorder”? The study pointed out that the “new crown” affects the secretion of testosterone and hormones.
Many men worry about whether the “sexual well-being” of the lower body will be affected after being infected with the new crown virus. The sexual medicine journal “Sexual Medicine” once published a study alleging that after infection with new coronary pneumonia, the virus may affect the “endothelial cells” in the microvessels, causing the microvessels to incapacitate and shrink; and the systemic inflammation caused by the virus is also the risk of causing erectile dysfunction factor. The results of the study showed that people infected with the new coronavirus had a 20% higher risk of erectile dysfunction than healthy normal people.
Even if there is no abnormality in penis erectile function after infection with the new coronavirus, the sequelae of the “new crown” may also affect the human body and cause male disorders. “Sexual Medicine Review” shows that the sequelae of the new crown may cause a certain degree of damage to the body, and the impact is not divided between men and women. Studies have shown that the virus lowers testosterone in men and increases the chance of hormonal disturbances in women, which may, in turn, worsen the sexual health of married couples.
However, compared with men, the new crown virus has less impact on women’s sexual health. The authoritative journal “Nature” said that the psychological problems of women after diagnosis, such as anxiety, depression, or loneliness, are the main causes of female disorders, and the number of sexual frigidity and isolated sex has increased compared with that before infection with the new coronavirus. Whether it is a physical or psychological problem, after recovering from the new coronavirus infection, it is necessary to actively exercise to ease the obstacles.
Can I “right fuck” after being infected with the new crown? Expert answer: at least 10 days apart!
I believe many people are also curious, can you have sex with your partner during the diagnosis? Carolyn Barber, Ph.D., of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the United States said that the probability of new coronary pneumonia being transmitted through bodily fluids such as prostate fluid, semen, and vaginal secretions is “extremely low.” However, taking the Omicron virus as an example, the virus transmission rate after the 7th day of diagnosis is still about 5%, and there is still a risk of spreading the virus by having sex with a partner.
“On the 3rd to 6th day after the diagnosis, the viral load of the human body reaches the highest level. At this time, moderate treatment can help relieve the stress caused by infection with the new coronavirus. On average, the viral load of the human body may be reduced to the lowest 10 days after the diagnosis. Therefore, you need to allow at least 10 days after contracting the new coronavirus before you can have sex with your partner.” If your partner’s symptoms persist (such as cough, fever, etc.), you should seek medical attention in advance and avoid any form of contact.
The guidelines released by Yale University in the United States also show that measures such as using sex toys and masturbation during the epidemic are still the safest sexual behaviors. Even if your partner has a negative rapid test result, it doesn’t mean you don’t have the virus or an infection. Therefore, feasible measures are to screen every day for 3 to 5 days before sexual intercourse, avoid kissing, and excessive physical contact (the virus may be hidden in the stool of the confirmed person), and keep the environment ventilated; Shower and wash your body immediately after sexual intercourse.
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The authoritative medical media “Mayo Clinic” in the United States called in a special article, in addition to sexual behavior, during the epidemic, virtual appointments, video appointments, and other measures can also be used to maintain mutual intimacy. Foreign studies have pointed out that if you feel that your body is not in serious trouble after being infected with the new coronavirus, and both partners have received more than 2 doses of the vaccine, physical sex is allowed and safe.
- Minimize the number of sexual partners.
- Avoid contact with sexual partners who are showing symptoms of COVID-19.
- Avoid kissing.
- Avoid fecal-oral transmission or sexual contact with semen or urine.
- Avoid physical sex. If you want to have sex, you should use a condom.
- Wash hands and shower before and after sex.
- Before and after using sex toys, please wash them.
- Use alcohol to clean the area where you have sex.
Finally, Dr. Barber also appealed that during the epidemic, both partners may have different desires and needs, and constant communication and consensus are more important than sex itself. “Cohabitation does not mean that you can force your partner to have sex. It is the most effective and safest way to have sex while respecting each other and complying with epidemic prevention norms.