THE PREVALENCE OF PATOSPERMIA IN MEN AFTER HERNIA REPAIR

AIM: to assess the prevalence of patospermia in men after inguinal hernia repair METHODS. The study was retrospective. We've analyzed the medical documentations of 472 men, who went to andrologist with complaints about the absence of pregnancy of the wife. We've evaluated the presence/absence of inguinal hernia repair in history, duration and nature of infertility, the main parameters of the spermogram (according to WHO criteria, 2010) in all patients. RESULTS. After inguinal hernia repair the pathospermia in patients persists for more than 3.6+1.2 years. After inguinal hernia repair the obstructive form of male infertility prevails (56,7%). The most severe abnormalities in the semen analysis develops after bilateral hernia repair. CONCLUSIONS. Inguinal non-tension hernia repair is a risk factor for male infertility in 14.1% of men of reproductive age.

Authors
Protasov A. , Kulchenko N. , Vinogradov I. , Navid M.
Publisher
EUROPAISCHE WISSENSCHAFTLICHE GESELLSCHAFT EV
Number of issue
2
Language
English
Pages
108-110
Status
Published
Volume
9
Year
2019
Keywords
Inguinal hernia repair; male infertility; infertility obstructive azoospermia
Date of creation
24.12.2019
Date of change
24.12.2019
Short link
https://repository.rudn.ru/en/records/article/record/55849/
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