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The Reasons for Infertility

When it comes to infertility, there are a lot of reasons why this medical issue could come about. There are simple and complex explanations for this happening. Many people believe that it’s either the female who is at fault for this happening, or the male. A lot of the time, no one is at fault or to blame, things just happen. Men and women can encounter infertility issues. Surprisingly, there are simple techniques that you can try to correct this problem before you decide to see your doctor and explore other options.

A lot of people are embarrassed because they feel ashamed and often feel alone. Needless to say, this could cause a serious strain on the relationship. If it is the male that is infertile, he may feel inferior because he can’t give his mate what she wants and vice versa. Whether it’s the male who is having to deal with infertility issues or the woman, it’s a hard, frustrating time for both parties as a couple. Not only could this issue cause a strain to be put on the relationship, but other factors as well, such as work and social life.

A lot of people don’t quite understand exactly what infertility is. It can be defined as not being able to conceive after 12 months of have intercourse unprotected. There are numerous reasons why a person is having these problems. When you are discussing males with the issue of infertility, a low sperm count could the problem. The quality and count of the sperm could be a result of the male’s lifestyle choices. This simply means that the things that the male decides to do are causing issues within his body. Some choices that could affect a lot of things here is alcohol, marijuana, nicotine found in cigarettes, and a few prescribed drugs.

Infertility in females is a little different, but has some of the same contributing factors. There are also a number of reasons a woman if infertile. Some of these factors include ovulation issues, lifestyle factors, and physical conditions. When it comes to a hormonal imbalance, this means that a woman ovulates irregularly or maybe not even at all. If ovulation is where the problem lies, medication can be prescribed to correct the problem.

Lifestyle factors can also do a lot of damage here. If you smoke or drink, you are putting yourself at terrible risk for miscarriage, tubal pregnancy, still birth, cervical cancer, and infection. Physical conditions also play a role here as well. It is very important to visit your physician before you start trying to conceive so that any issues can be addressed early and prevent complications later on down the line.

One factor that many people don’t think about or consider is age. When it comes to maternal age, as a woman gets older, the chances of her conceiving decrease. Couples over the age of 35 are mostly affected here. If you have been trying to conceive for six months or more and haven’t gotten pregnant, you should consult a specialist.


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