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What is the definition and meaning of infertility?

Infertility is characterized as not becoming pregnant after 1 year of regular sexual relations without the use of contraception. If you are beyond the age of 35 years, an assessment is suggested if you have been trying to conceive for 6 months and have not become pregnant. For women who are older than 40 years of age and are trying to conceive, we suggest consulting the obstetrician-gynaecologist (ob-gyn) for an examination.

What are the reasons for infertility?

An issue of ovulation is the most frequent cause of female infertility. The most prevalent trigger for male infertility is the sperm cell condition and how it functions. Numerous different aspects that could also cause infertility include
- Biological age
- The set of circumstances and manner of living
- Illnesses and Health issues
Occasionally no reason is identified and that is termed as unexplained infertility.

Does age have an impact on fertility?

Among active adults in the 20s or 30s, the likelihood of a woman getting pregnant is around 25 to 30 per cent with every single menstrual period. This per cent begins to drop by the time the woman approached her 30s. By 40 years of age, the female's probability of becoming pregnant falls to a little less than 10% per menstrual period. A man's fertility also slowly decreases with age, though not in the same defined way that a woman’s does.

Does lifestyle have an impact on fertility?

Women who are undernourished, obese or workout too often may face a challenge in becoming pregnant. Even moderate or high rates of smoking and consuming alcohol can also lead to infertility in women. Tobacco consumption, alcohol abuse, and marijuana use can decrease sperm production and motility in males.

Do health problems lead to infertility?

For women, a variety of health issues may influence her fertility such as
- Thyroid or pituitary gland issues
- The reproductive system or hormonal disorders
- Clotting or obstruction of fallopian tubes (because of previous history of venereal diseases, sexually transmitted diseases [STDs] or ovarian cysts)

Infertility may be triggered in males when the sperm-bearing pathways from the testicles become obstructed.

Which specialist manages infertility-related issues?

For those who are pursuing therapy for infertility, it’s best to commence with the further line of treatment with your ob-gyn. Alternately, you can approach a reproductive endocrinologist - An ob-gyn with advanced infertility experience. Males can consult the urologist. In both cases, it's crucial to find a medical professional who is experienced, highly specialised and takes the pains to understand your case in detail.

Which clinical choices for infertility are appropriate?

Your fertility therapy may rely on the form of issue you have. Recommendations may involve-
- Adjustments in way of living
- Invasive/ Non-invasive operation or Prescription drugs

Several fertility therapies may also be integrated. Sometimes infertility can be completely cured even if no cause has been identified.

Which behavioural improvements or adjustments in way of living might significantly boost my odds of conception?

Maintaining a balanced weight and consuming nutritious food will benefit both males and females dealing with infertility issues. When either of the patients, male or female smoke, consume narcotics, or abuse liquor, quitting these unhealthy habits can prove to be beneficial.

Which procedure in women can help them to overcome infertility?

Surgery could be required in women when treatment is needed to
- Remove cysts or polyps from the uterus
- Heal damaged or impaired fallopian tubes
- Treat endometriosis, which is typically linked with infertility

Which procedure is used to cure male infertility?

Usually, enlarged pathways in the testicles are a serious issue that contributes to male infertility. But there can be several other male fertility issues too. While most of these issues can be handled with surgery, a proper diagnosis can help determine the precise line of treatment.

How can hormone disorders in women get cured?

Irregular and imbalanced hormones can trigger ovulation complications and the fertility specialists might want to investigate the hormonal balance before commencing to the next line of treatment. If and when a hormone issue is detected, it can often be rectified by therapy and these medications can even increase the likelihood of becoming pregnant.


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