EFFECT ANTI-SPERM ANTIBODY TYPE (IGG&IGA) ON THE MACROSCOPIC AND MICROSCOPIC SPERM EXAMINATION SPECIMEN FROM INFERTILE PATIENTS

Hasan Ali, Al Saadi, Hassan Al-Saadi, Hadi Rasool, Hasan Al-Masoodi, Zainab Hekmat, Abed Kamona, Hassan Al-Saadi, Hassan Al-Saadi, Hasan Ali, Al Saadi
2016 Indo Am. J. Pharm. Sci   unpublished
Male infertility one of the most common health problems with psychological and social effects. This study aims to investigate the effects of the antisperm antibodies(ASA) on the macroscopic and microscopic parameters of seminal fluid in some infertile males.The percent of ASA type G (IgG), and (IgA) were measured on the surface of sperms, macroscopic and microscopic examination of seminal fluid have been measured for infertile patient resorting to Institute of Embryo Research and Infertility
more » ... and Infertility Treatment, Al-Nahrain University, and in the laboratories of Al-Hussain Hospital /Kerbala. Throughout period then March to August 2011. (419)seminal fluid spaceman are collected from infertile patient and measurement the percentage of (IgG&IgA) antisperm antibody to (38) sperm agglutination specimen from infertile patient and comper with (12) fertile men as control group. The results were showed a significant effect (P< 0.05) of IgG and IgA on a liquefaction time, percentage of progressive motility, sperm agglutination, and round cells on compared with control group. These results showed a significant decrease (P<0.05) in the percentage of rapped progressive motility (Grade A) in all groups.A significant increase (P<0.05) in sperm agglutination and round cell in all groups. Positive correlation with sperm agglutination, morphologically abnormal sperm percent and round cells. A significant increase (P<0.05) in liquefaction time in the second and the third group.
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