Author : Atiya Kareem Mohammed, Mahabat Hassan Saeed,

Abstract : Background: The ovarian reserve needs to be identified to diagnose and treat infertility. Methods and Material: descriptive, retrospective observational research. 230 people were included in the data from the roughly 500 patients who met the inclusion criteria and were admitted to the Sulaymaniyah Governorate's Royal Hospital (Infertility Center). The data were utilized to compare the robust regression model with the quantile regression model in medical data using statistical methods (SPSS24, Minitab19 and Eviews 10). The P-value and the Chi-Square test are performed to evaluate any significant correlations between variables. P-values less than 0.05 are considered significant. Results: The vast majority, 34.7% of those women older than 30, had fewer than 8 eggs, while 39.7% had between 8 and 15 eggs. There is a statistically significant relationship between (Age, TSH, FSH and PL) with the number of eggs because the p-value of these was less than the common alpha of 0.01. On the other hand, there is no statistical significance between LH and P4 on the number of eggs because the p-value of both variables was more than 0.05. Conclusion: The study concluded that the number of eggs was affected by age, follicle stimulation hormone, and thyroid stimulating hormone. However, no relation between the number of eggs and the luteinizing and progesterone hormones could be found.

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