Spermoculture positive le jour de la tentative de fécondation in vitro : fréquence et impact au cours de la prise en charge

Abstract : The impact of a positive semen-culture on IVF management is controversial. We present here results of our prospective study in which primary objectives were to determine positive semen-culture prevalence on the day of ART and identify impacts on IVF parameters. A semen-culture has been done the day of the IVF attempt, before and after semen preparation, as well as a bacteria embryo culture media. Sixty-five percent of semen cultures were positives of which 48% were contaminated by flora. Eighty five percent of bacteria cultures were negative after semen preparation. None of the embryo culture media were contaminated. We notice a decrease of ongoing pregnancy rate when IVF was done with positive semen culture (microbial flora or pathological bacteria). We did not highlight significat differences on spermatic parameters, fertilization rate or embryo quality.
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Camille Jean. Spermoculture positive le jour de la tentative de fécondation in vitro : fréquence et impact au cours de la prise en charge . Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2016. ⟨dumas-01619789⟩

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