Fertility problems

If a woman became pregnant after the couple has tried to conceive for a year, during the woman’s ovulation, without using contraception, may be involved fertility problems.
Infertility can result from factors that affect the ability to conceive, one of the two members of a couple. Infertility is caused by female factors, male or could be the result of causes that can not be clearly identified (unexplained infertility).

Women infertility
Women who become pregnant, but have repeated miscarriages are considered infertile. Primary infertility refers to women who have not obtained any task and secondary infertility is the inability of females to conceive after they had already pregnant.
Age is an important factor that you need to take it into account if you decide to have a baby. After 35 years in women decreases fertility and increases the risk of miscarriage.
Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when tissue that normally covers the uterus (endometrial tissue) grows outside, usually abdominal-pelvic cavity. Some women have no symptoms of the disease, while in others it is painful menstruation or sexual intercourse and general pelvic pains.
To treat endometriosis may need surgery to remove abnormal tissue or unblock fallopian tubes. After this operation, the probability of conceiving naturally or with treatment is between 20-50%.
For an infertile woman suffering from endometriosis to get pregnant, your doctor may recommend medication to stimulate fertility, which will help increase the number of eggs that could be combined with artificial insemination. In these cases, the success rate is 8-17%.

Problems concerning ovulation include any condition (usually hormonal) that prevents the release of a mature egg from the ovaries. The main symptom of this situation is the absence or thinning menstruation and abnormal bleeding (except menstruation). Possible solutions could be the use of drugs to stimulate fertility and in vitro fertilization. Approximately 70-90% of women ovulating after treatment and between 20-60% become pregnant.
If the eggs are damaged or contain anomalies cromozmiale task can not be maintained. Egg quality decreases significantly with age. To achieve a pregnancy if diagonsticarii this problem, the solution would be IVF with donated eggs or embryos. If couples choose this method of conception, there probabilities between 30-50% to achieve a pregnancy.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is a condition characterized by follicles in the ovaries that are not mature. People who suffer from this disease have hormonal imbalances and unpredictable patterns of ovulation.
Possible symptoms may be irregular bleeding patterns, excessive hair growth, acne and obesity. The problem can be remedied by lifestyle changes (diet and exercise) or the use of drugs to stimulate fertility. Another treatment modality such as in vitro fertilization.
In the case of many overweight women who lose between 5-10% of body weight will regulate ovulation. Approximately 70-90% of women who use drugs to ovulate and become fertile about 20-60% of them fail to conceive.
There are a number of uterine problems because a woman can not get insacinata. They imply the presence of polyps in uterus, fibroids, uterine irritation that may prevent a fertilized egg to attach to the uterine wall and develop properly. Treatment includes surgical removal of any abnormal growths.
Tubal blockage or damage prevents sperm from reaching the eggs of women, and the fertilized egg to reach the uterus. The causes include pelvic inflammatory disease, sexually transmitted infections and sterilization prior to surgery.
Possible solutions to this problem could be: surgery to unblock fallopian tubes or IVF if surgery is not successful or damaged fallopian tubes are too serious to be able to be repaired.
Likelihood of a woman to reproduce in these cases varies depending on the location and severity of the blockage and the amount of scar tissue that develops after surgery.
Allergic or immune reaction to sperm occurs by producing antibodies that destroy sperm cells. The only way to treat this condition is the artificial insemination or medical intervention through assisted reproductive technologies. Success rates are 20-40%.

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