Free Radicals

Free radicals are reactive chemical elements that carry one or more unpaired electrons [11, 12]. These electrons induce oxidation to other cellular structures as they bind with them, of these structures; nucleic acids, proteins and lipids of the cell membranes [13]. They are required by the cells as intracellular signaling necessary for many cell functions such as cell proliferation, differentiation, and migration [14, 15]. Also in reproductive system, they are important for various reproductive functions [16], However, high levels of free radicals may alter spermiogenesis resulting in production of abnormal spermatozoa [12].

Pregnancy Guide

Pregnancy Guide

A Beginner's Guide to Healthy Pregnancy. If you suspect, or know, that you are pregnant, we ho pe you have already visited your doctor. Presuming that you have confirmed your suspicions and that this is your first child, or that you wish to take better care of yourself d uring pregnancy than you did during your other pregnancies; you have come to the right place.

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