World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
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Ali Hassan Mohammed* Allaa Gasoob Abd Zainab khalifa Mohmmed Ali


Azoospermia, defined as complete absence of sperm from the ejaculate, is present in about 1% of all men, and in approximately 15% of infertile men. The evaluation of a patient with azoospermia is performed to determine the etiology of the patient’s condition. Aim of study: To estimate the prevalence of hyperprolactinemia in azoospermic patients and show if hyperprolactinemia plays a role in male infertility. Patient and method: This study was conducted in private clinic of Assistant prof. Dr. Ali H. Alhussainy during the peroid from October 2014 to January 2015. The total number of patients taken in our study were 33 patients all of them azoospermic patients by multiple tests in different labs. Result: In this study (number of azoospermic patients were 33) all of patients submitted to laboratory screening for hormones (Prolactin, FSH, Testosterone), according to laboratory result of prolactin hormones 30 patients (90.90%) had elevated level of prolactin and only 3 patients (9.09%) had normal level of this hormone. And according to FSH result, 14 patients (42.42%) had elevated level of FSH, 16 patients (48.48%) had normal level and 3 patients(9.09%) had decrease level of FSH. According to testosterone level, 22 patients (66.66%) had normal level, 10 patients (30.30%) had decrease level and just one patient (3.03%) show increase level of FSH. Also in this study we classify the patients according to testicular size, 25 patients (75.75%) had good size of the testes and 8 patients (24.24%) had small size testes. Among (42.42%) smokers and 19 patients (57.57%) non smoker, in this study most of cases seen among second or third decade of life. Conclusion: Hyperprolactinemia plays an important role in male infertility and should be taken in consideration in the treatment program.

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