Evaluation Hormonal State in Iraqi Infertility Females Under In-Vitro Fertilization Program

Authors

  • Zainab Sabah Hassab
  • Bushra J. Al-Musawi
  • Asmaa M. Salih Almohaidi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i4.16741

Keywords:

hormonal state, Infertility female, IVF, toxicity

Abstract

Background: Uniqueness of the current study at first time in Iraq specially, across the comparison the
clinical parameters among Iraqi infertility females according the IVF program outcome: failures and success
implantation. While, aspect were neglected in IVF field. Also, to difficulty of some parameters comparing
with control.
Methods: This study done during (December 2019 to November 2020) on Iraqi infertile females with age
range (19 – 45)ys. It included the two groups: success implantation and failure implantation females.
Result: The current study revealed to that , secondary infertility is a good marker in implantation success
prediction. Central circumference increasing has been associated with implantation failure (P<0.05). When
hormonal profile comparison among two groups. Failure implantation females have non-significant increasing
in basic prolactin values. Also, E2, progesterone and LH values were higher significantly(P>0.001), among
success implantation. The hCG values were highly significant in failure implantation (P>0.001). MII oocytes
and G2 embryos were highly significant in success implantation. Our result support that no. of embryo
cells have positive impact on IVF outcome. The S. TC and TG were significant increasing among failure
implantation.

Author Biographies

Zainab Sabah Hassab

Assist Lect., College of Science for Women, University of Baghdad, Iraq

Bushra J. Al-Musawi

Lect. Dr. Kumal Al-Samurai -IVF Hospital, Ministry of Health, Baghdad, Iraq

Asmaa M. Salih Almohaidi

Prof. Dr. College of Science for Women, University of Baghdad, Iraq,

Published

2021-08-16

How to Cite

Zainab Sabah Hassab, Bushra J. Al-Musawi, & Asmaa M. Salih Almohaidi. (2021). Evaluation Hormonal State in Iraqi Infertility Females Under In-Vitro Fertilization Program. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(4), 437-444. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i4.16741