EFFECT OF ANTIPHOSPHOLIPID IN IRAQI WOMEN UNDERGOING ICSI TECHNIQUEJournal: LIFE: International Journal of Health and Life-Sciences (Vol.7, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2021-07-15
Authors : AL-Sallami Alaauldeen S. M.; Al-Shimerty Dhirgam F. Hassan.;
Page : 60-68
Keywords : Miscarriage; ICSI Technique; Antiphospholipid (IgG-IgM); WBC;
This study was conducted on 84 Iraqi women samples under the ICSI program. The sample was divided into two parts: intravenous blood section for WBC measurement and serum section for antiphospholipid (IgG & IgM) measurement, while hCG was used to indicate the success of ICSI and the presence or absence of pregnancy. The results showed a significant difference (p < 0.05) between the pregnancy failure group and the abortion group compared with the control group (pregnancy continuation) about the level of Antiphospholipid (IgG-IgM) and WBC. The current study found a positive relationship between the level of Antiphospholipid (IgG-IgM) and WBC of these two factors, concluded that both criteria may indicate one for the other in women who suffer from miscarriage and pregnancy failure after ICSI.
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