Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, May 18th, 2004
A team from Umea University Hospital in Umea and the Scandinavian Fertility Center in Gothenburg, Sweden, found decreased pregnancy rates in couples where the man had IgG antibodies - a marker of previous or persistent infection by C. trachomatis, one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. Their report was published in Human Reproduction.
The researchers tested 244 infertile couples attending their infertility clinic...
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