Study the Some Semen Parameters of Fertile and Infertile Male in Misan Province

Zeinab A. J. R. Al-Ali, Azhar L. Saied, Nidhal A. Hashim


Background:  Infertility in human is described as a situation in which a couple (male and female) does not succeed in achieving pregnancy despite of unprotected sexual intercourse over a period of 12 months.  The aim of the current study was to collect and analyses quantitative baseline data about the males suffering from the impaired infertility in Misan province. Material and Methods: semen samples have been collected and examined for 60 married male suffering from impaired fertility group and 19 health's married male as a control. Results: In regards to the mean volumes of seminal fluid and the pH values, the results showed that there were no statistically significant difference between infertile and control group. However, the results revealed the differences between the control and the infertile groups were highly significant for the total sperm count (p < 0.01).In terms of  the percentage of normal and abnormal sperm morphology, were no significant differences between the control and the infertile groups. The percentage of active sperm motile was significant (p< 0.05) in the control group compared with the infertile group. While the percentage of non motile sperm was significant (p< 0.05) in non fertile males in comparison to the males in the control group. Differences between the control and the infertile groups were non-significant regarding the percentage of weakness and sluggish sperm. The varicocele was the higher percentage while hormonal disorder was the lower percentage than the other causes. The incidence of infertility was more common among men in urban population compared with infertile men in rural population with a significant difference of (p < 0.01).

Key words: semen, fertile, subfertile , male,  Misan

DOI: 10.7176/JMPB/57-04

Publication date: July 31st 2019

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