Vol. 1, Issue 9 (2012)
Chlamydia trachomatis infection & female infertility
Materials and Methods: Onew hundred and sixty female were selected in current investigation were isolated one hundred of those female was viewed as the study gather with unexplained primary infertility and other 100 females were considered as control gathering. Chlamydia trachomatis was identified by ELISA and PCR. Ultrasound examination, Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) for barren ladies and Hormone tests included LH, FSH, E2, Prolactin and Testosterone were accomplished just for all ladies took an interest in this investigation. Result: The investigation demonstrated a solid connection between chlamydial disease and infertility because of tubal pathology. The rate of chlamydia1 disease in infertile ladies was 35%. Chlamydia trachomatis tried positive in 28 infertile patients (alluded to as Test/ Study Group) and 12 in fertile ladies (alluded to as Control Group). The antigen identification was fundamentally high in barren patients when contrasted with control gathering. Primary infertile patients were 11 who were infected when contrasted with 8 in secondary infertile ladies Conclusion: An altogether high rate of C. trachomatis disease was found in infertile ladies and all the more so in asymptomatic females and in primary infertility cases. Screening of infertile ladies for C. trachomatis is subsequently prescribed so far early remedial intercessions.