ISSN: 1813-0410

Author : Abdul Bai, Mohammad


Hormonal study to infertile women infected by Toxoplasma gondii parasite in different stage of disease in the Holy Karbala city

Zainab Abed Mohsin Al-Haboobi; Mohammad Abdul Bai; Ali Mohammed Salman

journal of kerbala university, Volume 13, Issue 1, Pages 170-178

This research on the impact of female infertility due to the parasite Toxoplasma Gondi infection on defended stage of disease and level of the thyroid hormones during the year 2014-2015 in the holy city of Karbala, where the study took 120 women suffering from infertility them 60 samples were positive to infected T . gondii parasite and 60 of infertile women non infected by parasite , collected the serum from all the samples and then examined in the laboratories of the Medical city of Karbala on injury parasite at various stages of the disease to the level of antibodies is different from (immunoglobulin G and immunoglobulin M) and then were examined thyroid hormone levels the hormone (thyroxine , triiodothyronine, and stimulation thyroid hormone) to them. The study showed that there is a relationship between antibodies to the parasite Toxoplasma in various stages of injury and age, where the distribution of antibodies to Toxoplasma serology positive in the relationship between age significantly in both cases that carry Toxoplasma IgM (severe cases) compared with IgG (chronic) in the level of the probability (P> 0.05) moral value of (0.028, 0.019) also did not find a significant difference in other infections parasite carryover the results also showed that there are no relationship between thyroid hormone levels of thyroid with different age in the study groups, but nevertheless we see that there are relevant differences statistically significant differences in the level of a hormone (T3 (T4, TSH, and the level of antibodies moral value of (0.043, 0.036, 0.028), respectively, below the level of probability (P> 0.05) when a chronic condition at a high level of immune globulin IgG Toxoplasma and the level of thyroid and low hormone in the control group. so were the recommendations to verify the level of hormones thyroid patients living with severe antibodies to Toxoplasma parasite to avoid the causes of the damage from the impact of the parasite in the body of patients.