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Antioxidants and male infertility+ - Course ID:56 -
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SEP51+
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Oxidative stress is prevalent among infertile men and is a significant cause of sperm DNA damage. Since sperm DNA damage may reduce embryo quality and increase miscarriage rates, it is possible that untreated sperm oxidative stress may impair in vitro fertilization (IVF) live birth rates. Given that the antioxidant Menevit is reported to reduce sperm DNA damage, it was hypothesized that men's consumption of this supplement may alter IVF outcomes.
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10/08/2020 - [Last Updated:10/08/2020 12:25:36 AM]
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Tremellen K, Woodman R, Hill A, Shehadeh H, Lane M, Zander-Fox D. Use of a male antioxidant nutraceutical is associated with superior live birth rates during IVF treatment [published online ahead of print, 2020 Aug 7]. Asian J Androl. 2020,10.4103/aja.aja_41_20. doi:10.4103/aja.aja_41_20
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