ya It can causes so ....
As the body needs to maintain a proper testicular "penus and balls" temperature for normal sperm production and development and as Portable computers in a laptop position produce scrotal hyperthermia "the hottness u feel" by both the direct heating effect of the computer and the sitting position necessary to balance the computer SO this can lead to whether a REVERSIBLE or an IRREVERSIBLE chane in the sperm development ... but what's unknown is when it can produces so ?! In other words, the exact frequency and time of heat exposure is not unknown "dat can affect de productivity of sperms"
I said exactly when ..> this is unknown but what's known dat if de testicular temperature raised between 1.8 and 5.2 degrees then there will be a sustained negative effect on the fertility and sperm development and it can lead to Sterility
Am not kidding now but if u really can measure dem wthin 1-2 hr sessions so better cuz I knew dat there are some Pc companies do so
Anyway, u shouldn't be permenantly on pcs and laptops cuz actually they also can affect any other organ too Like as u said in cell phones do ... they can cause "Zaheimer" a disease , i think all people know about it. dat u forget names .. people and everything even thou u can't remember ur self , ur past and ur present ....
U have to know dat sucha diseases take time to appear or to have signs and symptoms .. so it is Long-lasting ... and for sure when they are switched on , they become Irreversible and no way to return back "one way street"
The word scortal is related to scortum which is a part of the Male reproductive system
In other words , the male Reproductive system is divided to
1) Seminal tract
2) Urinary tract
3) Accessory glands
The seminal tract is divided to
a) scortum : consists of layers (skin, Dartos, External spermatic fascia, Cremaster/Cremasteric fascia, Internal spermatic fascia) · Perineal raphe · Spermatic cord
b) Testes : consist of layers "Tunica vaginalis, Tunica albuginea, Tunica vasculosa testis" · Appendix · Mediastinum · Lobules · Septa · Leydig cell · Sertoli cell · Blood-testis barrier
c) Spermatogenesis : Include Spermatogonium · Spermatocytogenesis · Spermatocyte · Spermatidogenesis · Spermatid · Spermiogenesis · Spermatozoon
d) others: things dat are uncategorized but found related to de system such Seminiferous tubules , (Tubuli seminiferi recti, Rete testis, Efferent ducts) · Epididymis (Appendix, Stereocilia) · Vas deferens (Ampulla) · Ejaculatory duct
The urinary tract consists of : a) Internal urethral orifice
2) Urethra (Prostatic, Intermediate, Spongy, Navicular fossa)
3) External urethral orifice
Accessory glands : consists of
1) Seminal vesicles (Excretory duct of seminal gland)
2) Prostate (Urethral crest/Seminal colliculus/Prostatic utricle/Ejaculatory duct, Prostatic sinus/Prostatic ducts)
3) Bulbourethral glands
The Penis consists of :
1) root (Crus, Bulb, Fundiform ligament, Suspensory ligament) ·
2) body (Corpus cavernosum, Corpus spongiosum)
3) glans (Foreskin, Frenulum, Corona)
4) fascia (superficial/subcutaneous, deep/Buck's)
5) Tunica albuginea
6) Septum of the penis