Disease A - Z > Infertility > Homeopathic treatment for Infertility
Infertility mainly pertains to the biological unfitness of a person to contribute to conception. Infertility may also refer to the state of a woman who is unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. There can be many biological causes of infertility, some which may be by passed with medical intervention. Women who are fertile experience a natural period of fertility before and during ovulation, and they are naturally infertile during the rest of menstrual cycle. Fertility cognizance methods are used to distinguish when these changes occur by tracking changes in cervical mucus or basal body temperature
Reproductive endocrinologists, the doctors specializing in infertility, consider a couple to be infertile if the couple have not been able to conceive after 12 months of contraceptive-free intercourse if the female is over the age of 35(declining egg quality of females over the age of 35 account for the age-based variance as when to seek medical intervention) the female is incapable of carrying a pregnancy to term.
A couple that has fagged unsuccessfully to have a child for a year or more is said to be sub-fertile, meaning less-fertile than a typical couple. The couple's fertility ability rate is approximately 3-5%. Many of its causes are the same as those of infertility. Such causes could be endometriosis, or polycystic ovarian diseases.
In few cases, both the man and woman may be infertile or sub-fertile, and the couple's infertility arises from the combination of these conditions. In some cases, the cause is suspected to be immunological or genetic; it may be that each partner is independently fertile but the couple cannot conceive together without assistance.
In about 20-25% of cases the infertility investigation there will be no sign abnormalities. In these cases abnormalities are likely to be present but not detected by current methods. The possible abnormality can be that the egg is not released at the correct time for fertilization that it may not enter the fallopian tube, sperm may not be able to reach the egg, fertilization may fail to occur, transport of the zygote may be disturbed, or implantation fails. It is highly accepted that the egg quality is of vital importance and women of advanced maternal age have eggs of reduced ability for normal and successful fertilization.
If both partners are young and healthy, and have been trying for a baby for 12 months to two years without success, a consultation with the family physician could help highlight potential medical problems earlier. The physician may also be able to suggest lifestyle changes to enhance the chances of conceiving. Women over the age of 35 should see their family physician after six months as fertility tests can take some time to complete, and age may affect treatment options that are open in that case.
A physician will take a medical history and conduct a physical examination. They might also carry out some basic tests on both partners to see if there is an identifiable reason. The results of these tests will help determine which would be the treatment.
A diagnosis of infertility is often considered in two stages, the first stage being the general infertility diagnosis, and the second stage being a diagnosis of the specific cause of the infertility. Infertility is almost a symptom itself. To treat infertility in the best possible way, finding the cause is helpful.
Two of the most common causes of female factor infertility include:
The two most common causes of male factor infertility include:
A diagnosis of infertility is usually confirmed when a couple, after 12 months of trying to conceive, does not become pregnant.
Another kind of infertility is secondary infertility. Secondary infertility is diagnosed when a couple who has successfully carried to term a pregnancy previously, but now, when trying again, is not able to get pregnant after a year of trying. Also, a couple who suffers from recurrent miscarriages (usually after three successive losses) is also given a diagnosis of infertility
“Try for a year, and afterwards, come back if you’re not pregnant,” is the most common answer given to couples who are trying to conceive, especially those under the age of 35. But a year is a long time to wait. Do you have to try for a year before seeking help?
Usually, your regular gynecologist will make the first diagnosis of infertility. However, that’s not always the case. An endocrinologist or your regular family doctor may alert you to the possibility of fertility problems, if you have health problems that can lead to infertility, like thyroid issues, diabetes, or Pcod
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