Maria Khatoon, AR Chaudhari and Ramji Singh
Background: Autoimmunity to spermatozoa could compromise male fertility in at least three fundamental areas: Interfering with the creation of normal amounts of spermatozoa, decreasing their ability to migrate, and impairing their ability to engage with ovum.
Objective: This study's objective was to assess the association between infertile male individuals' seminogram features and the existence of antisperm antibodies.
Material and Methods: In the present study semen analysis was done by sperm quality analyzer II CP and antisperm antibody by varelisa sperm antibodies enzyme immunoassay kit.
Statistical Analysis: The data obtained was analyzed by using mean + standard deviation and chi-square test.
Results: The presence of antisperm antibodies in the serum of infertile male was statistically not significant with their seminogram characteristics.
Conclusion: Presence of antisperm antibodies in serum of subjects with different seminogram characteristics without any significant difference proved that ASA may not be involved directly in affecting seminogram parameters.
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