Document Type

Letter to the Editor


Biological and Biomedical Sciences


Madam, prevalence of male infertility with its associated social and health problems calls for an insight for its elucidation.1 Over the past few decades, there have been many experimental and clinical studies on the pathophysiology of oxidative stress and its impact on fertility disorders, both in men and women. Oxidative stress impairs sperm function and count, damage to DNA and accelerates the cellular apoptotic functions leading to the inability to achieve conception or lack of development of the embryo. 234563


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