EVALUATION OF SEMEN SAMPLE PARAMETERS IN MALE INFERTILE SUBJECTS AND ITS CORRELATION WITHY CHROMOSOME MICRODELETION IN POPULATION OF DODA CITY, JAMMU AND KASHMIRJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.11, No. 01)
Publication Date: 2023-01-18
Authors : Sumit Deb Nath Kiran Gupta Rahul Sharma; Saqib Siddique;
Page : 765-768
Keywords : Male Infertility Infertility Y Chromosome Microdeletion;
Introduction: More than half of reproductive difficulties cannot be attributed to female characteristics. A number of illnesses and conditions that may have an impact on male fertility have been found via recent research. A number of underlying diseases and health issues, as well as environmental variables, may contribute to male infertility. For a sexually active couple, infertility is diagnosed after a year of unsuccessful attempting to conceive. Infertility affects around 19% of couples who have trouble conceiving. Any and all racial and ethnic groups may feel at home within these parameters. Materials and Methods: The study was conducted in 100 infertile patients and 50 fertile subjects were use as controls. The sample will be obtained by masturbation and ejaculated into a clean and proper labeled, wide-mouthed container made of glass or plastic according to the rules laid down by WHO. Result and Conclusion: The sperm count in infertile and fertile subjects were 15.8 Â± 2.85 and 56.57 Â± 8.47 respectively, Motility 37.6Â±1.8and 54.4 Â±1.8, volume 2Â±0.8 and 2.6Â±0.1, viability 53.7Â±1.4 and 66Â±1.2. Out of 100 infertile patients 5 percent subjects had Y chromosomal microdeletions (5 samples of 100).
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