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Journal:   JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTION AND INFERTILITY   FALL 2002 , Volume 3 , Number 4 (12); Page(s) 21 To 28.
 
Paper: 

CORRELATION BETWEEN ASYMPTOMATIC URETHRITIS WITH BACTERIOSPERMIA IN SEMINAL PLASMA OF FERTILE AND INFERTILE MEN

 
 
Author(s):  KHALILI M.B.*, KHALILI M.A.
 
* Faculty of Paramedical, Shahid Sadougi University of Medical Sciences, Daneshjoo Blv., Yazd, Iran
 
Abstract: 

Urogenital infection can influence the fertilization potential of the spermatozoa, which may lead to male infertility. The symptomatic urethiritis can change the semen parameters, however the role of asymptomatic urethirtis in fertility is still obscure. In this descriptive investigation, a total of 148 samples from urethra and semen of fertile as well as 146 samples from urethra and semen of infertiles men were examined for the presence of 5 bacterial species including streptococcus group A., Entercoccus, E.coli, coagulase positive and negative Staphylococcus. The rate of infection of urethra and semen of fertile men were 49.22% and 29.05%, respectively. The aforementioned rates were 34.9% and 60.27% for infertile men. The seminal infection was significantly different between two groups of fertile and infertile (p<0.01). The results showed that the most common pathogen in semen of fertile and infertile men was Entrococcus with prevalence of 32.60% (14 cases), and 42% (37 cases), respectively. A total of 90 out of 131 samples contaminated with bacteria showed high rate of Leuckocytes (pyospermia). The remaining 41 infected samples lacked or had low number of leuckocytes. In conclusion, bacteriospermia is significantly higher in seminal samples of infertile than fertile men (p<0.01). Therefore, the pathogens involved in urethritis may be involved in male infertility. In addition, seminal culture is necessary for detection of bacteria presence in the semen, and thus it is important to note that presence or absence of Leukocyte in semen may not represent the urogenital infection.

 
Keyword(s): URETHRITIS, BACTERIOSPERMIA, PYOSPERMY, SEMEN, MALE INFERTILITY, AND UROGENITAL INFECTION
 
 
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APA: Copy

KHALILI, M., & KHALILI, M. (2002). CORRELATION BETWEEN ASYMPTOMATIC URETHRITIS WITH BACTERIOSPERMIA IN SEMINAL PLASMA OF FERTILE AND INFERTILE MEN. JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTION AND INFERTILITY, 3(4 (12)), 21-28. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=13241



Vancouver: Copy

KHALILI M.B., KHALILI M.A.. CORRELATION BETWEEN ASYMPTOMATIC URETHRITIS WITH BACTERIOSPERMIA IN SEMINAL PLASMA OF FERTILE AND INFERTILE MEN. JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTION AND INFERTILITY. 2002 [cited 2021June13];3(4 (12)):21-28. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=13241



IEEE: Copy

KHALILI, M., KHALILI, M., 2002. CORRELATION BETWEEN ASYMPTOMATIC URETHRITIS WITH BACTERIOSPERMIA IN SEMINAL PLASMA OF FERTILE AND INFERTILE MEN. JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTION AND INFERTILITY, [online] 3(4 (12)), pp.21-28. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=13241.



 
 
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