Infertility

Female infertility affects a lot of couples worldwide. Nearly 10% to 18% of women face issues in having a successful delivery or getting pregnant. It is quite hard to diagnose female infertility. But, after infertility is diagnosed, there are a lot for treatments available depending on the cause of infertility.

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Infertility is the inability of a woman trying to get pregnant for a year even when she is sexually active and not using any birth control. In order to carry a child, there are a lot of things that take place in a women’s body. These steps include: An egg should develop in the ovary of a woman. One of the two ovaries should release a mature egg every month, which is known as ovulation. The fallopian tube must pick up this egg.

The sperm of a man should swim up a woman’s cervix and uterus into the fallopian tube in order to reach the egg and then fertilize it. The fertilized egg should pass through the fallopian tube, join or implant itself in the uterus’s lining, and then grow in the uterus. If any of these things is disrupted or does not take place, then it results in infertility. Nearly 35 to 40 percent of infertility cases comprise infertility in women and nearly 40 percent of infertility cases comprise infertility in men. Thus, you should get a semen analysis of your partner before you go through any treatment or tests in order to ensure that he has normal sperm. And, if the sperm is abnormal, then he can go through treatment..

One of the main reasons for infertility is no or infrequent ovulation. Nearly 25 percent of females have absent or irregular ovulation. Owing to these, females generally have no or irregular periods. Ovulation is disrupted due to changes in the release of some reproductive hormones from the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland.

Hypothalamus is a brain’s part that discharges gonadotropin-releasing hormone or GnRH. And, the pituitary gland is a gland close to the brain’s bottom that releases luteinizing hormone or LH. Follicle-stimulating hormone or FSH, along with LH, provides signals to the egg in order to grow and free itself from the ovary. Some of the issues that impede regular LH and FSH release encompass:

  • Taking too much stress
  • Doing a lot of exercises
  • Being too fat or skinny
  • Having a pituitary tumor
  • Having hypothalamus injuries

Apart from these, other hormonal conditions that affect fertility or disrupt ovulation are: Cushing’s syndrome, a disorder that results in high levels of cortisol, which is also known as

  • the stress hormone
  • Early menopause
  • Diabetes An underactive or overactive thyroid
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

Infertility can be treated in three main ways. These include fertility drugs, surgery, and assisted reproductive technologies. The treatment you take depends on your age and the cause of your infertility. The easiest way to treat infertility out of these three ways is through fertility drugs, which you can take after consulting your doctor.

Even if the cause of your infertility is ambiguous, then also you can go for fertility drugs. Fertility pills aid in boosting LH to induce ovulation. You can purchase fertility drugs from RxMeds. However, you must ensure that you ask your doctor about the specific tests you must take in order to find the cause of your infertility and the specific treatment that would be the best for you..

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