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Male Oxidative Stress Infertility (MOSI): Proposed Terminology and Clinical Practice Guidelines for Management of Idiopathic Male Infertility

Rupin Shah 1 Sheryl T. Homa Ranjith Ramasamy Edmund Ko 2 Kelton Tremellen 3 Sandro Esteves Ahmad Majzoub 4, 5 Juan G. Alvarez David K. Gardner 6 Channa N. Jayasena Jonathan W. Ramsay Chak-Lam Cho Ramadan Saleh 7 Denny Sakkas James M. Hotaling Scott D. Lundy Sarah Vij Joel Marmar Jaime Gosalvez 8 Edmund Sabanegh Hyun Jun Park 9 Armand Zini 10 Parviz Kavoussi 11 Sava Micic Ryan Smith Gian Maria Busetto 12 Mustafa Emre Bakircioglu Gerhard Haidl Giancarlo Balercia 13 Nicols Garrido Puchalt Moncef Ben Khalifa 14, 15 Nicholas Tadros 16 Jackson Kirkman-Browne Sergey Moskovtsev Xuefeng Huang Edson Borges Daniel Franken Natan Bar-Chama Yoshiharu Morimoto Kazuhisa Tomita Vasan Satya Srini Willem Ombelet Elisabetta Baldi Monica Muratori Yasushi Yumura Sandro La Vignera Raghavender Kosgi Marlon P. Martinez Donald P. Evenson Daniel Suslik Zylbersztejn Matheus Roque Marcello Cocuzza Marcelo Vieira Assaf Ben-Meir Raoul Orvieto Eliahu Levitas Amir Wiser Mohamed Arafa 4, 17, 18 Vineet Malhotra Sijo Joseph Parekattil Haitham Elbardisi 5 Luiz Carvalho Rima Dada Christophe Sifer 19 Pankaj Talwar Ahmet Gudeloglu Ahmed M. A. Mahmoud Khaled Terras Chadi Yazbeck 20, 21 Bojanic Nebojsa Damayanthi Durairajanayagam 22 Ajina Mounir Linda G. Kahn Saradha Baskaran Rishma Dhillon Pai Donatella Paoli Kristian Leisegang 23 Mohamed-Reza Moein Sonia Malik Onder Yaman Luna Samanta Fouad Bayane Sunil K. Jindal Muammer Kendirci Baris Altay Dragoljub Perovic Avi Harlev Ashok Agarwal Neel Parekh 4 Manesh Kumar Panner Selvam Ralf Henkel 24, 23, 4
Abstract : Despite advances in the field of male reproductive health, idiopathic male infertility, in which a man has altered semen characteristics without an identifiable cause and there is no female factor infertility, remains a challenging condition to diagnose and manage. Increasing evidence suggests that oxidative stress (OS) plays an independent role in the etiology of male infertility, with 30% to 80% of infertile men having elevated seminal reactive oxygen species levels. OS can negatively affect fertility via a number of pathways, including interference with capacitation and possible damage to sperm membrane and DNA, which may impair the sperm's potential to fertilize an egg and develop into a healthy embryo. Adequate evaluation of male reproductive potential should therefore include an assessment of sperm OS. We propose the term Male Oxidative Stress Infertility, or MOSI, as a novel descriptor for infertile men with abnormal semen characteristics and OS, including many patients who were previously classified as having idiopathic male infertility. Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) can be a useful clinical biomarker for the classification of MOSI, as it takes into account the levels of both oxidants and reductants (antioxidants). Current treatment protocols for OS, including the use of antioxidants, are not evidence-based and have the potential for complications and increased healthcare-related expenditures. Utilizing an easy, reproducible, and cost-effective test to measure ORP may provide a more targeted, reliable approach for administering antioxidant therapy while minimizing the risk of antioxidant overdose. With the increasing awareness and understanding of MOSI as a distinct male infertility diagnosis, future research endeavors can facilitate the development of evidence-based treatments that target its underlying cause.
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Rupin Shah, Sheryl T. Homa, Ranjith Ramasamy, Edmund Ko, Kelton Tremellen, et al.. Male Oxidative Stress Infertility (MOSI): Proposed Terminology and Clinical Practice Guidelines for Management of Idiopathic Male Infertility. WORLD JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH, 2019, 37 (3), pp.296-312. ⟨10.5534/wjmh.190055⟩. ⟨hal-03548052⟩

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