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2023 Volume 14 Issue 3

Positive Effects of Almond Seeds in Raising Fertility in Subfertility Male Rats


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In accordance with new research released by the World Health Organization (WHO) today, infertility affects a significant fraction of the world's population. There is an urgent need to enhance access to high-quality fertility care, as 17.5% of adults (1 in 6) globally struggle with infertility. The goal of this inquiry was to examine the positive effects of almond seed powder found in the al-Baha area in raising the level of fertility in subfertility rats. Caged animals were used for the experiment in this investigation. The rats were housed in groups of six and fed a baseline diet for a week before the experiment was conducted. As a control, the first group of rats, designated as C-ve, received nothing more than the standard diet for the entire period of twenty-eight days. Cadmium chloride (CdCl2) was administered to the remaining rats (n=24). One group was diagnosed with the sickness and disease in addition was not provided the trial diet, while the other three groups were fed varied quantities of almond seed (5%, 10%, 15%). Group 3 (almond seeds at a concentration of 5 percent) fared better in terms of testosterone hormone treatment compared to the control group (+). Group 5 (15% almond seeds) also had the most successful outcome in lowering FSH levels. D almond seeds are indicated for those who are experiencing infertility issues.


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Elmeged LSMA, Mahzari A. Positive Effects of Almond Seeds in Raising Fertility in Subfertility Male Rats. J Biochem Technol. 2023;14(3):43-9. https://doi.org/10.51847/tCvVSrd9Yc
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Elmeged, L. S. M. A., & Mahzari, A. (2023). Positive Effects of Almond Seeds in Raising Fertility in Subfertility Male Rats. Journal of Biochemical Technology, 14(3), 43-49. https://doi.org/10.51847/tCvVSrd9Yc
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