For the onset of pregnancy, the ovulation process and the fertilization of the egg cell should be done correctly.
Sometimes infertility is a congenital problem. In other cases, birth problems cause infertility. Because infertility may be due to either side or both. Generally :
In the third case, the cause of infertility is on the man.
In one third of cases, the cause of infertility is on the woman’s side.
In other cases, problems with either side or uncertain causes cause infertility.
The effect of age on infertility
From birth, women have a certain number of eggs in their body. As time goes by, the number and quality of egg cells decreases.
After age 30 years, the probability of childbearing in each year is reduced by 3 to 5 percent.
At the age of 40, the likelihood of becoming pregnant is reduced more or less.
In addition, if the age of the mother is 35 years or older or her first pregnancy experience, travel is better.
Infertility in women
Infertility in women may be due to the following factors:
Damage or obstruction of the fallopian tubes
The fallopian tubes carry egg cells from the ovary to the uterus. Damage to the fallopian tubes can make it difficult for the egg and sperm cells to collide. The inflammation of the fallopian tubes and pelvic inflammatory diseases are the causes of these injuries. These inflammations are usually caused by sexually transmitted diseases, endometriosis and adhesions. Pelvic infections, endometriosis and pelvic surgery also cause scar tissue and damage to the fallopian tubes and cause infertility. The
Regular hormonal changes during menstruation lead to the release of an ovum cell from the ovary and thickening of the endometrium (internal womb). In women who have ovulation problems, this process is not done correctly. These problems are identifiable using the ovulation diagnostic kit and blood tests.
In some women, the cervix is in such a way that the sperm can not pass through it. This problem may be caused by the formation of abnormal mucus in the vaginal duct or cervical surgery and can be treated with intrauterine insemination (IUI). The
Sometimes abnormalities in the uterus cause infertility. The formation of polyps and fibroids (a benign tumor) in the inner wall of the womb also causes obstruction of the fallopian tubes and infertility.
About 20% of infertility are the cause of infertility. The
Infertility in men
Contrary to the notion that infertility is thought to be a female problem, in one-third of infertility, infertility is a male problem. Therefore, it is better for a man to perform infertility tests in conjunction with a woman. Initial testing of male infertility has many benefits, including:
Avoid doing unnecessary procedures
Shortening the time to fix the infertility problem