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A set of 170 patients with infertility related complain were studied. 10% (17) of the population was found to be positive for tuberculosis infection. These patients indicated symptoms of bleeding disorder, amenorrhea, irregular menstrual cycle, HPR evidence, PCR positivity and tubal blockage in varying proportions. When subjected to WHO recommended TB treatment regimen, 3 patients developed cognizable side effects and discontin- ued treatment. Five patients were found to be cured of menstrual problems and ascites while 2 of them successfully conceived. It was found that the pregnancy rate in genital TB infected patient were less and those who conceived were lesser in percentage. Genital TB infection was concluded to be a major factor in females suffering from tubal infertility in India.
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Author(s): PN Mukhopadhyaya
Allergic Diseases,Tuberculosis,Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Tuberculosis, Allergic Diseases