International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies
Volume 3, Issue 5, 2023
Study of the Correlation of Vitamin D and Testosterone with Infertility Men in the AL Najaf Province, Iraq
Author(s): AL Hadrawi Kais Khudhair, AL-Hadrawi Maysoon Khudair, Jasim Mohammed Hasan, AL Dhalimi Hanan Khalid
The study of infertility is regarded as one of the obstacles to sustainable development. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after a reasonable period of sexual activity without the use of contraceptives. It affects 1/5 to 1/6 of couples who are of reproductive age, but it poses no threat to the person's life or physical integrity. However, can have a bad effect on a person's development and damage their personality. The study sought to investigate the relationship between men's infertility and vitamin D levels and testosterone since infertility affects both men and women, and each of them has specific reasons. Using VIDAS Technology (a French business), the concentrations of vitamin D and testosterone were determined for 60 infertile males. According to the study, testosterone and vitamin D levels in infertile males are lower (13.3 pg/ml and 1.68 ng/ml, respectively) than in the control group (41.27 pg/ml and 6.62 ng/ml, respectively). The findings had a substantial statistical impact (P < 0.001). Software called (SPSS) program, version 2023, was used to examine the data. Men's infertility has a variety of reasons, and this study's findings indicated that low levels of vitamin D and testosterone are two of them. It is thus advised to check both of these levels when later childbearing is being handled.
Keywords: Vitamin D, Testosterone, Infertility, Men, Najaf
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