Relationship Between Hyperviscosity and Sex Hormone in Azoospermia and Oligozoospermia Patients Compares with The Control Group

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Hayder L F AL-Msaid
H A Waleed
Alaauldeen S M AL-Sallami

Abstract

Background: Seminal fluid is important factor for successful fertility, Sperm dysfunction is the most common cause of male infertility.
Aim of study: To compare the sex hormone in patient with azoospermia, Oligozoospermia and Normospermia fertile men as a control To find out the causes of semen viscosity.
Patients and methods: Data analysis from azoospermia patient (n = 35) and Oligozoospermia (n = 35) and Normospermia fertile men as a control (n = 13).
Results: The results of this study revealed significant reduction (p andGLT;0.05) semen was reduced in azoospermia infertile patient (mean ± Std. Error 0.76 ± 0.21 also reduced in Oligozoospermia 0.71 ± 0.23 while showed no significant FSH and LH level between azoospermia and Oligozoospermia compare with Normospermia fertile men.
Conclusion: The viscosity in semen has a strong relationship with low sperm counts is an important factor with sex hormones therefore it is the cause affecting the motile spermatozoa.

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