Distribution of different characteristics of semen of male partners (n=186).

Distribution of different characteristics of semen of male partners (n=186).

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Introduction: Semen analysis is an initial basic step in evaluating and diagnosing male infertility. Multiple risks factors in combination or alone are responsible for abnormal semen parameters. The present study aimed to study certain risk factors and semen parameters of infertile male. Methods: It was a descriptive cross-sectional study. We co...

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... our study, it was found that 101 (54.3%) patients had less than 2ml of semen volume. Similarly, the number of patients, who had semen volume 2-4 ml and more than 4 ml were 83 (44.6%) and 2 (1.1%) respectively as shown (Table 2). While analyzing the count, it was found that 21(11.2%) ...

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