Infertility Causes

Infertility is a widespread problem. Many couples may have a difficult time being able to fulfill their wish to be parents. There are many reasons and causes of infertility and here we will just focus on a handful of the many. Age is a big factor especially in women, and there are many other health considerations with regards to both men and women that affect fertility, so these are the kind of things that you’ll need to be aware of when visiting a infertility clinic.

A distinction is often made ​​between various causes of infertilityThe causes are often in women hormonal imbalances, a blocked fallopian tubes, a genetic defect, pernicious anemia or a sexually transmitted disease. And there are also under-or overweight, and drug abuse lead to infertility.

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Male infertility is mainly dependent on the quality of its seeds, which are often too slow. The quality of seeds is influenced by similar factors. Thus, for example, carries drug or alcohol abuse, and occupational exposure to pollutants in the deterioration. Various diseases such as mumps, abdominal and inguinal testes and vitamin B12 deficiency can also lead to infertility. Briefly, the quality can suffer also from a sauna or hot tub visit, as the above average heat, the sperm may be destroyed. While the aforementioned factors likely to affect the quality, the causes of a slow to seed transport should be considered. The most common problem is the well-known disease impotence. The man’s erection can not provide the sufficient amount of sperm it requires. Also, some men suffer from the disease retrograde ejaculation, which misleads the man’s sperm into the urinary bladder.

In order to increase fertility relatively simply, there are several possibilities; excessive nicotine should be avoided and a BMI be aimed at 18 to 30. Women can also take hormones and men can use a sexual enhancer for treatment. In some cases, such as a blocked fallopian tubes, surgery can help. The best chances for pregnancy provides artificial insemination , is inserted directly into the uterus in the treated sperm of the partner.

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