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  1. Frozen embryo transfer procedure is becoming more common in assisted reproduction technology. The effect of this technology is still not yet well studied in developing countries with limited resources, includi...

    Authors: R. Muharam, Erda Ayu Umami and Hartono Gunardi
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:12
  2. False passage is a possible complication during operative hysteroscopy and can lead to termination of the intended procedure. The aim of this study is to describe two techniques to overcome the complication of...

    Authors: T. Hota, O. M. Abuzeid, R. Raju, J. Holmes, J. Hebert and M. I. Abuzeid
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:11
  3. Chromosomal abnormalities represent an important cause of human infertility. Little is known about the prevalence of chromosomal abnormalities among Egyptian couples with infertility. We estimated the cytogene...

    Authors: Faeza El-Dahtory, Sohier Yahia, Rabab Ahmed Rasheed and Yahya Wahba
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:10
  4. Premature ovarian failure (POF)/premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) is characterized by disrupting ovarian function under 40 years old. A major health problem of this disorder is female infertility. There ar...

    Authors: Roya Kabodmehri, Seyedeh Hajar Sharami, Zahra Rafiei Sorouri and Nasrin Ghanami Gashti
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:9
  5. The global prevalence of obesity has soared to a concerning height in the past few decades. Interestingly, the global decline in semen quality is a parallel occurrence that urges researchers to evaluate if obe...

    Authors: Gargi Ray Chaudhuri, Arnab Das, Swaraj Bandhu Kesh, Koushik Bhattacharya, Sulagna Dutta, Pallav Sengupta and Alak Kumar Syamal
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:8
  6. Repeated implantation failure (RIF) is the main challenge in assisted reproduction; the present study aimed to compare the obstetric and perinatal outcomes between RIF and control patients who experienced a su...

    Authors: Saeideh Dashti, Maryam Mirzaei, Maryam Eftekhar and Esmat Mangoli
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:6
  7. Reports have shown that humans are consistently exposed to environmental toxicants such as phthalate (PHT) during their daily activities. This results in reproductive dysfunction and infertility-related issues...

    Authors: V. Emojevwe, E. K. Nwangwa, A. O. Naiho, M. O. Oyovwi and B. Ben-Azu
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:5
  8. It is estimated that approximately 8–12% of couples globally face problems associated with infertility. A large number of men exhibit suboptimal sperm parameters. Sperm motility is one of the factors that is m...

    Authors: Srinjoy Chakraborty and Sudipta Saha
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:4
  9. A complex of effector and predominant regulatory immune responses are induced in the female reproductive tract (FRT) due to insemination that is necessary to achieve pregnancy. The expression of immune regulat...

    Authors: Nasrin Sereshki, Mitra Rafiee, Razieh Alipour, David Wilkinson and Vahid Ahmadipanah
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:3
  10. Menopause is a biological process when a woman’s reproductive capability is no longer functional. A naturally or artificially caused premenopausal is known as early menopause occurs between the ages 40–45, whi...

    Authors: Kamila Thasneem, Iyshwarya Bhaskar Kalarani, Prema Jayaprasad, Vajagathali Mohammed and Ramakrishnan Veerabathiran
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:2
  11. Embryo implantation is a tightly regulated sequence of events regulated by ovarian steroids, estrogen and progesterone, and their downstream targets. Ovarian steroids regulate most of the genes involved in emb...

    Authors: Kanmuna Ray Talukdar, Purbajyoti Saikia and Hirendra N. Sarma
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2022 27:1
  12. To evaluate the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in predicting the success rate of intrauterine insemination (IUI) treatment among infertile couples and also to determine the importance of each of the param...

    Authors: Azadeh Akbari Sene, Zahra Zandieh, Mojgan Soflaei, Hamid Mokhtari Torshizi and Kourosh Sheibani
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:46
  13. Fetal hypoxia is one of the major causes of high perinatal morbidity and mortality rates. Doppler ultrasound tests such as cerebroplacental ratio (CPR) evaluation are commonly used to assess blood flow disturb...

    Authors: Mariam Lotfy Mohamed, Salwa Adel Mohamed and Amal Mohamed Elshahat
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:45
  14. The novel beta-coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has infected millions of people globally with high risk among males than females. However, the effect of COVID-19 andrology is still a subject of dispute. We plann...

    Authors: Sagar Tiwari, Niranjan KC, Sajan Thapa, Anuja Ghimire, Sanjeev Bijukchhe, Guru Sharan Sah and Ronny Isnuwardana
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:44
  15. Men with non-obstructive azoospermia constitute a challenging subgroup of male infertility patients in whom a genetic cause of defective spermatogenesis may be a contributing factor. The aim of this prospectiv...

    Authors: Mai Emad, Hossam El-Din Omar, Abdel-Razik Khalifa, Emad A. Ahmed and Emad Abdel Rhim Taha
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:43
  16. Tobacco smoking is considered as one of the lifestyles factors that influence the sperm DNA methylation and global sperm DNA methylation and that may affect the sperm phenotype. This study was performed to inv...

    Authors: Mohammed M. Laqqan and Maged M. Yassin
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:41
  17. Understanding the global prevalence and phenotypic features of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is important as geographic factors and ethnic variations can significantly alter the clinical syndrome. The aim o...

    Authors: Maja Mitrašinović-Brulić, Mihaela Buljan and Damir Suljević
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:40
  18. Affordable conventional semen analysis remains a fundamental procedure to be performed routinely during the diagnosis of male infertility. Advanced semen analyses provide valuable clinical insights in treatmen...

    Authors: Bashir M. Ayad, Ibukun P. Oyeyipo, Gerhard Van der Horst and Stefan S. Du Plessis
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:39
  19. The routine semen analysis fails to detect sperm DNA damage which contributes to the majority of male factor infertility. Sperm DNA fragmentation test (DFI) measures the sperm DNA damage. Blastocyst formation ...

    Authors: Prashanth K. Adiga, Srisailesh Vitthala and Shivaranjeni
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:38
  20. Luteinizing hormone (LH) has the main role in ovarian function in both natural and artificial cycles. A normal LH concentration during controlled ovarian hyperstimulation is positively correlated to the number...

    Authors: Maryam Eftekhar and Nasim Tabibnejad
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:37
  21. Endometriosis is a chronic inflammatory condition with varied presentation, which ultimately leads to chronic pelvic pain and infertility. It is a psychological and economic burden to the women and their famil...

    Authors: Richa Vatsa and Ankita Sethi
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:36
  22. Determining the initiation day of antagonist administration is an important and challenging issue and different results have been reported in the previous studies. The present study was designed to compare the...

    Authors: Tayebeh Esfidani, Ashraf Moini, Arezoo Arabipoor, Maryam Farid Mojtahedi, Shima Mohiti, Ensieh Salehi and Ladan Kashani
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:35
  23. Estradiol is an important marker of ovarian response to ovarian stimulation in ART cycles. The study tries to find the correlation of serum estradiol on the day of HCG trigger to the number of follicles, the n...

    Authors: Anitha Malathi, Sheila Balakrishnan and Lakshmi B. S.
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:34
  24. Female infertility is a public health problem, contributing to 65.9% of infertility in Tanzania. Lifestyle and oxidative stress (OS) have been suggested to affect female fertility; however, there are limited a...

    Authors: Anna Gideon Kasililika, Akin-Tunde Ademola Odukogbe, Magbagbeola David Dairo, Belinda Stella Balandya and Emmanuel Kulwa Bunuma
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:33
  25. Many issues need to be studied regarding pregnant women during the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) infection pandemic. The aim of this study was to assess fetal growth, fetal well-being, and any observed gross anomalies...

    Authors: Emad Eltemamy, Sameh Salama, Sondos M. Salem, Mazen Abdel-Rasheed, Ehab Salama, Sherif Elsirgany and Tamer Elnahas
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:32
  26. Knowledge of the microbiome is in its infancy in health and human illness, especially concerning human reproduction. We will be better able to treat dysbiosis of the reproductive tract clinically if it is bett...

    Authors: Manisha Vajpeyee, Lokendra Bahadur Yadav, Shivam Tiwari and Parikshit Tank
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:31
  27. The successful use of PRP in regenerative medicine has led investigators to study its effect in the treatment of conditions like decreased ovarian reserve, poor responders, and premature ovarian insufficiency.

    Authors: Aboubakr Mohamed Elnashar
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:30
  28. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrine disorders of reproductive age women with a prevalence of 4-12%. The study aimed to investigate the potential benefit of adding thymoquinone ...

    Authors: Islam Mohamed Magdi Ammar and Mostafa Abdo Ahmed Salem
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:29
  29. Women’s fecundity is known to decrease with the increase in chronologic age. Several biomarkers of the ovarian reserve, including follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), anti Müllerian hormone (AMH), have been pro...

    Authors: Sameh Salama, Marwa Sharaf, Sondos M. Salem, Mazen Abdel Rasheed, Ehab Salama, Tamer Elnahas and Rehab Lotfy
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:27
  30. Based on the information from other SARS-CoV infections in the patients recovered from COVID-19, particularly cases in the reproductive age, gonadal function evaluation and andrological consultation comprising...

    Authors: Mobina Fathi, Kimia Vakili, Abbas Aliaghaei, Shahrzad Nematollahi, Tahmineh Peirouvi and Ali Shalizar-Jalali
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:26
  31. Impaired fertility is one of the side effects of effective cancer therapy. Saving the potential or storing the material to enable people to have biological children after cancer treatment can be of high import...

    Authors: Reza Omani-Samani, Samira Vesali, Behnaz Navid, Marzieh Mohajeri, Khadijeh Arjmandi Rafsanjani, Seyyedeh Zahra Nemati Aghamaleki and Maryam Mohammadi
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:25
  32. Vitrification has become the method of choice for cryopreservation of human embryos and gametes. There are multiple commercial media, containing different combinations and concentrations of cryoprotectants, av...

    Authors: Somayeh Keshavarzi, Azadeh Dokht Eftekhari, Hajar Vahabzadeh, Marzieh Mehrafza, Robabeh Taheripanah, Masoumeh Asgharnia, Sahar Esfandyari, Alaleh Ghazifard, Hossein Hosseinirad and Shahrokh Paktinat
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:24
  33. Anti-Müllerian hormone is a dimeric glycoprotein produced by the granulosa cells of preantral and small antral follicles of the ovaries. It is a reliable biomarker of ovarian reserve, ageing, and response in t...

    Authors: Oyinkansola Islamiyat Lawal and Jameelu-deen Omokunmi Yusuff
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:23
  34. Epigenetics refers to an alteration in gene expression without alteration in the sequence of DNA and this process may be affected by environmental factors and lifestyle like cigarette smoking. This study was d...

    Authors: Mohammed M. Laqqan and Maged M. Yassin
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:21
  35. Heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) is a common clinical finding in patients with uterine leiomyomas that can negatively impact their quality of life. Recently, a novel oral GnRH-antagonist (elagolix) has emerged a...

    Authors: Mustafa Ali, Aruna Kumari Hira, Haris Jawaid, Faiza Zakaria and Zehra Somjee
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:20
  36. Genetic blood disorders are prevalent in the Middle Eastern countries causing physical, mental, and economic handicap. Premarital screening (PMS) is actively implemented to reduce the burgeoning load of these ...

    Authors: Jansirani Natarajan and Mickael Antoine Joseph
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:19
  37. Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome-coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), has turned into a global pandemic with multitudinous health impacts.

    Authors: Koushik Bhattacharya, Lipika Das Mukhopadhyay, Ratnadeep Goswami, Sulagna Dutta, Pallav Sengupta, Tulay Irez, Habibah Abdul Hamid and Alak Kumar Syamal
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:18
  38. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate obstetric, maternal, and neonatal outcomes in COVID-19 compared to healthy pregnant women in Iran.

    Authors: Seyed-Abdolvahab Taghavi, Solmaz Heidari, Shayesteh Jahanfar, Shakiba Amirjani, Amireh Aji-ramkani, Maryam Azizi-Kutenaee and Fatemeh Bazarganipour
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:17
  39. Prediction of ovarian response prior to the ovarian stimulation cycle is useful in determining the optimal starting dose of recombinant follicle-stimulating hormone (r-FSH). This study was designed to (I) eval...

    Authors: Mohammed M. Laqqan and Maged M. Yassin
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:16
  40. The knowledge and the beliefs of people could affect the fertility of women and men all over the society. According to gender, the aim of this study was to describe knowledge level and attitude of Moroccan you...

    Authors: Sana El Adlani, Abdelhafid Benksim, Yassir Ait Ben Kaddour, Abderraouf Soummani and Mohamed Cherkaoui
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:14
  41. Oxidative stress has an undeniable role in the impairment of sperm function and idiopathic male infertility. On the other hand, the local antioxidant system particularly glutathione peroxidase 3 (GPX3) as an e...

    Authors: Milad Pournasir, Saied Ghorbian, Tohid Ghasemnejad, Amir Fattahi and Mohammad Nouri
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:13
  42. Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (HH) is a rare condition in which there is gonadal hypofunction due to absence of gonadotropin drive. In this condition, there are very low serum levels of gonadotropins. Pituitar...

    Authors: Ahmed Elsayed Abdelaal, Mohamed Atef Behery and Ahmed Farouk Abdelkawi
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:11
  43. The main purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of mean blastomere diameter (MBD) on pregnancy rates in in vitro fertilization (IVF) cases undergoing the long agonist cycle protocol. A total of 84...

    Authors: Suleyman Guven, Sebnem Alanya Tosun and Emine Seda Guvendag Guven
    Citation: Middle East Fertility Society Journal 2021 26:10

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