Oral sperm intoxication

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The crude drug contains alkaloids, of which the main alkaloids are strychnine and brucine. Strychnine is the main toxic component of strychni semen. Strychnine can cause excitation of all parts of the central nervous system. Early signs of intoxication are headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, anxiety, restlessness, and slight twitching. Generalized convulsion, increasing sensitivity of sense organs, trismus, risus sardonicus, opisthotonus, dysphagia, and dyspnea follow. The patients often die from respiratory arrest.
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Oral sperm intoxication

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In recent years, individuals are rampantly exposed to vapours of benzene, through paint, plastic, petroleum industries, fuel exhaust, and tobacco smoke. Hence the present investigation was directed towards determining the effect of benzene metabolites, namely, phenol-hydroquinone and catechol, on the motility, viability, and nuclear integrity of the human spermatozoa. From the results obtained it was clear that exposure to phenol-hydroquinone caused a significant decline in both, sperm motility and viability. Exposure to a phenol-hydroquinone Phase I microenvironment may therefore inhibit metabolically active enzymes, thus impeding ATP production, and in turn lowers sperm motility and viability.
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Arsenic Toxicity in Male Reproduction and Development

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Arsenic is a toxic metalloid that exists ubiquitously in the environment, and affects global health problems due to its carcinogenicity. In most populations, the main source of arsenic exposure is the drinking water. In drinking water, chronic exposure to arsenic is associated with increased risks of various cancers including those of skin, lung, bladder, and liver, as well as numerous other non-cancer diseases including gastrointestinal and cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and neurologic and cognitive problems.