Current perspectives of Male Infertility induced by Immunomodulation due to Reproductive Tract Infections

Current perspectives of Male Infertility induced by Immunomodulation due to Reproductive Tract Infections

Suvendu Ghosh, Debosree Ghosh

Abstract


Globally,  approximately  15%  of  couples  of  reproductive  ages  suffer  from  reproductive  sterility.  Almost  half  of  such  cases  involve  male  sterility which is normally an asymptomatic condition, and, in most cases, the condition is reversible with proper treatment. Uropathogens  and ascending  sexually  transmitted infections  (STIs) are  recognized as  one among many  other causes  of inflammatory  diseases  of male genital tract which in turn are common reason of male infertility. Thus, any suspicion of inflammatory infection of the male genital tract  should be immediately diagnosed Followed by further clinical evaluation in order to rule out any pathogenic situation due to infection of  male genital tract which can lead to male sterility. Proper recognition and timely treatment can help to overcome such problem. 

 


Keywords


ascending sexually transmitted infections, infertility, inflammatory diseases, reproductive sterility, uropathogens

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ISSN 2347–9825

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