Evaluation of Antioxidant (GSH, Vitamin A, E, C) and MDA in Iraqi Women with Toxoplasmosis
Keywords:vitamin A, E, and C, Toxoplasmagondii, GSH, MDA, Abortion women
Background: Pregnancy loss, also referred to as a miscarriage or spontaneous abortion, is generally defined as a nonviable intrauterine pregnancy up to 20 weeks gestation. Early pregnancy loss, which occurs in the first trimester, is the most common type.
Objective: The aims of the study were to assess the role of (MDA, GSH, and levels of antioxidant vitamins, C, E and IgG, IgM of Toxoplasma gondii) causes of Abortions.
Materials and Method: For this study, 45 aborted women have been selected in first – trimester, and 25 well-matched women as control group their ages range from ( 20 – 33 years).
Results: The study shows is an increasing level of Malondialdehyde (MDA) in women with toxoplasmosis. Furthermore, there is a decreasing level of antioxidant vitamins (A, C, and E), and Glutathione (GSH).
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