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Progress in Medical Sciences ISSN: 2577 - 2996
Progress in Medical Sciences. 2022; 6(4):(82-83)


Association of Genetic and Reproductive Hormone with Infertility in Male

Fahmida Khatoon*, Amal Daher Alshammari, Farida Habib Khan, Ruba Mustafa Elsaid Ahmed, Amal Bakri Mohammed Elhag, Hemat E. El Horany, Rania Abdeen Hussain Abdalla, Ayesha Akbar Khalid and Rashid Dhaher Alshammari

Abstract
Infertility is an important medical and social problem in the world and male factor is responsible for about 8% to 15% of couples. A couple is said to be infertile if a female does not conceive after having unprotected sexual intercourse for one year. Variation have been observed in rates and etiology of infertility in terms of gender, sexual history, lifestyle, society, and cultural background this review summarizes current evidence regarding diagnosis and treatment of infertility.