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SPERM PARAMETERS OF THE INFERTILE PATIENTS IN RELATION TO SOCIO DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS

SPERM PARAMETERS OF THE INFERTILE PATIENTS IN
RELATION TO SOCIO DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS

Ahmed N. Altimimi[a]*, Mohsin K. Almurshdi[a]

Article History: Received: 30.05.2022 Revised: 29.06.2022 Accepted: 17.07.2022

Abstract: Objective: To investigation the effect of age, obesity, smoking, infections, varicocele, period of abstinence and
liquefaction, sperm parameters. Patients and methods: The study was carried out between January 2022 and July 2022 which
including (60) selected infertile patients who attended the fertility center in AlSadr Medical CityNajafIraq. The Parameters for
the semen analysis were analyzed and classified according to the WHO criteria (WHO, 1999). Patients should give their semen for
analysis in the laboratory by masturbation. Results: The results showed that significant (P<0.01) difference in semen volume,
sperm concentration, progressive motility percent (A+B) and normal morphology in relation to age, body mass index and smoking,
also the results revealed a significant (P<0.01) reduction in semen volume, progressive motility (A+B) and normal morphology in
leukocytospermia. The results in current study also showed a significant (p<0.01) difference in Semen volume, sperm concentration
and progressive motility (A+B) in relation to duration of abstinence, a significant (P<0.01) decrease was noticed via 23 days
compared to other groups of duration of abstinence, there was a significant (p<0.01) decrease in sperm concentration, progressive
motility (A+B) and normal morphology in varicocele positive, a significant (P<0.01) decline in sperm concentration, progressive
motility (A+B) and normal morphology was showed with group ≥30 minutes of Liquefaction time. Conclusion: Advance paternal
age, obesity and smoking lead to a deterioration in sperm parameters and thus contribute as one of the causes of male infertility,
also the infections, varicocele, period of abstinence and liquefaction time have a negative impact on the semen quality, which leads
to decrease male fertility.

Keywords: age, obesity, smoking, infections, varicocele, period of abstinence, liquefaction time, semen, seminal fluid analysis,
socio demographic factors

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