Best Solution of Infertility in Women

Overview

Millions of women and men of reproductive age are afflicted with infertility, which has repercussions for their loved ones and communities all over the world. For several reasons, a pregnancy may fail, such as a woman's inability to carry the baby to term or her partner's inability to participate in the process of conception. Common definitions include inability to conceive after 12 months of regular, unprotected sexual interaction. It is, however, common among women to experience infertility. Studies suggest that 1 in 10 women go through this issue. There are many causes for infertility and can exist in both men and women. There are a number of reasons for infertility and there are cures as well. There are different ways of carrying out a fertility test for women. At RIMS trauma hospital, we have a team of experts that can not only diagnose but also create a treatment plan accordingly.

Infertility exists in both men and women, it’s important to note that a woman can’t conceive if there are issues with her male partner. When infertile women try to get pregnant, their periods get weird or stop altogether. Hormonal problems, like changes in hair growth or libido, have sometimes been linked to men not being able to have children. In either case, there are a number of treatments and even cures for infertility in both women and men. And in case, there are no other solutions, one can easily go for options like IVF.

CAUSES OF INFERTILITY in MEN

Seminal fluid, or semen, is released from the penis when a man ejaculates, and it aids in the movement of sperm toward the egg. There aren't many sperm in the man's ejaculate. In men, a sperm count below 15 million is considered ineffective. Low sperm counts are a problem for about a third of couples. Conceiving a child can be challenging if the sperm aren't the appropriate form or can't swim quickly and precisely to the egg. Infertility in males is a known issue as well.

  • The anabolic steroids are commonly used by sportsmen and bodybuilders. Chronic use can have devastating effects on sperm quality and quantity.
  • If one consumes hard drugs like marijuana and cocaine, they will have lower sperm count.
  • Every male needs both an X and a Y chromosome. Klinefelter’s syndrome is characterized by an abnormal development of the testicles, low levels of testosterone, and either a reduced fertility or no sperm at all in the male.
  • Anemia, Cushing’s syndrome, hypertension, and thyroid problems are some conditions that have been related to decreased fertility in men.

CAUSE OF INFERTILITY IN WOMEN

There are a number of reasons that can contribute towards infertility in women. All of these reasons are in no way controlled, instead there are ways to cure it. Every woman has a different way of dealing with this issue and even the intensity is different.

  • Fertility can be negatively impacted by deficiencies in folic acid, iron, zinc, and vitamin B-12. Women at risk, particularly vegan women, should discuss supplementation with their doctor.
  • Female fallopian tubes can be damaged by chlamydia. On the other hand, male scrotums can become inflamed. Besides HIV, other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) may also lead to infertility.
  • Infertility issues in both sexes have been linked to exposure to certain pesticides, and herbicides. Metals including lead, and other solvents are a part of such chemicals too. In a study using mice, researchers found that several chemicals in laundry detergents may have a negative impact on fertility.
  • Obesity can affect fertility in both males and females. 
  • Both men and women are more likely to experience infertility if they smoke, and smoking may reduce the effectiveness of reproductive treatments.
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome greatly increases the risk of infertility in women. It is due to the fact that it can cause issues to the ovaries of women and that results in difficulty. 
  • High prolactin levels in a woman who is not breastfeeding or pregnant can have a negative impact on ovulation and fertility.
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TREATMENT

 

Treatment will be determined by a wide variety of factors, such as the age of the individual who is trying to conceive, the length of time that they have struggled with infertility, personal preferences, and their overall condition of health. There are various ways to conduct infertility tests for women.

It is possible to recommend to the couple that they ramp up their sexual activity around the time that the woman is ovulating. Fertilization of an egg can take place up to a day after ovulation, although sperm can survive inside a female for up to five days before they are eliminated. These six days leading up to and including ovulation are the most fertile time for a potential pregnancy to take place.

Clomifene is prescribed to women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or another condition that prevents them from ovulating consistently or at all. The medication stimulates ovulation in these patients. This causes the pituitary gland to secrete an increased amount of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) as well as luteinizing hormone (LH).