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Pattern of Reproductive Hormones (Follicle Stimulating Hormone,Luteinizing Hormone, Estradiol, Progesterone, and Prolactin) Levels inInfertile Women in Sagamu South Western Nigeria

@inproceedings{Olooto2012PatternOR,
  title={Pattern of Reproductive Hormones (Follicle Stimulating Hormone,Luteinizing Hormone, Estradiol, Progesterone, and Prolactin) Levels inInfertile Women in Sagamu South Western Nigeria},
  author={Olooto and Wasiu Eniola and Adeleye and Adebambo Olufemi and Amballi and A. Adetola and Mosuro and A. Oladipupo},
  year={2012}
}
Several causes of infertility have been identified all over the world. In Nigeria, infertility is a common reproductive health problem of great concern especially to the f emale population. Hormonal problems are amongst the important factors in the evaluation of female infertility. This study is mainly concerned with the pattern of th e reproductive hormone level in infertile women in South Western N igeria. The study involve a total of 100 subjects ( 50 infertile and 50 fertile women as… Expand
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