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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

July - September 9[3] 2017

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A study for the effects of vitamin E on the sperm activation of sub- fertile patients

Author: YASMEEN HUSSIEN,, SAMI MOHAMMED AHMED , ABDUL-HASSAN MAHDI SALIH, YAHIYA IBRAHIM YAHIYA , YASMEEN ALI
Abstract: At the outset, we would like to point out that this study was conducted at Al-Sadr Teaching Hospital in Najaf, Iraq, between Nov. 2018 and July 2019. The study sample was made up of 150 patients in the hospital and the main purpose herein is to determine the effects of vitamin-E and its ability to stimulate sperm in patients with weakness. The main results obtained, there is a significantly decreasing in the sperm-concentration that was evaluated in the post-activation stage in the laboratory, both in the treatment and the control-groups compared to the pre-activation groups using Ferticuilt medium through the so-called mixing technique. The direct thing as we would mention pointing out is that there were no-statistically-significantly-differences in the estimated value with different concentrations of vitamin-E used. One of the significant and meaningful results is the spermatozoa motility ratio, as it is found that the spermatozoa-motility ratio and the degree of motility increased in a significant manner in both treatment and control-groups compared to the pre-activation groups by the aid of the above mentioned-medium and by direct-mixing-technique. We would like to point out that there were no-significant-differences in the values estimated by the different-concentrations of vitamin-E used, but it was observed that the results were preferred with sperm activation in the laboratory. Regarding the improvement of the spermatozoa motility ratio as well as the kinetic degree with the median when adding (0.06) Mg/ml) of E.
Keyword: Sperm fertility patients, E
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.042
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