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      What are the infertility causes, types, diagnosis, and treatment options?

      What are the infertility causes, types, diagnosis, and treatment options?

      What are the infertility causes, types, diagnosis, and treatment options

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        What is infertility?

        You have visited your gynecologist in Punjab, and through a diagnosis, you got to know about ‘INFERTILITY’. It is the situation when a couple cannot conceive after having unprotected sex from 6 to 12 months. In such a case, you must visit the best IVF centre in Punjab to boost your chances of conception and understand what you need to do.

        Types of Infertility

        • Primary Infertility

        Primary infertility is the situation when a couple is trying for 12 months, despite unprotected sex or birth control measures, but results are not coming successfully.

        • Secondary Infertility

        Secondary Infertility is a situation when a couple has conceived in the past, but now they are having trouble.

        Causes of Male Infertility

        Semen and sperm – In some cases, sperm cannot reach the egg to fertilize it. Some of the problems which can occur are:

        • Low sperm mobility
        • Low sperm count
        • Abnormal sperm

        If the sperm is abnormal then sperm will not be carried effectively. This problem is likely to happen due to:

        • Overheated testicles
        • Ejaculation problem
        • Medical problem
        • Hormonal imbalance

        Additional causes

        • Genetic factors
        • Mumps (testicle inflammation)
        • Hypospadias (urethral opening is under the penis)
        • Radiation therapy
        • Cystic fibrosis
        • Medications
        • Age
        • Exposure to chemical
        • Overweight
        • Chemotherapy
        • Anabolic steroids
        • Mental stress
        • Excessive alcohol consumption

        Causes of female infertility

        Different factors can affect the woman’s fertility. Some of the possible factors are:

        • Age
        • Smoking
        • Alcohol
        • Eating habits
        • Diet
        • Exposure to certain chemicals
        • Exercise

        Medical conditions

        Female infertility is mostly due to ovulation issues as it affects the cycle when the eggs are released. The problem can happen due to:

        • Poor egg quality
        • Chronic conditions
        • Thyroid issue
        • Hyperprolactinemia
        • Premature Ovarian Failure

        Additional causes

        • Endometriosis
        • Submucosal fibroids
        • Surgery
        • High cholesterol levels
        • Previous sterilization treatment


        For both the patients, the doctor will ask in detail about the medical history, sexual habits, medications, and perform a physical examination.

        Infertility tests for men

        • Semen analysis
        • Blood test
        • Ultrasound
        • Chlamydia test

        Infertility tests for women

        • Blood test
        • Hysterosalpingography
        • Laparoscopy

        Other tests include

        • Ovarian reserve testing
        • Genetic testing
        • Pelvic ultrasound
        • Chlamydia test
        • Thyroid function test

        What are the treatment options?

        Be it male or female, the treatment will depend on the reason for infertility.

        Fertility treatments for men

        • Erectile problem

        For premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, the doctor suggests medications or behavioral therapy.

        • Retrograde ejaculation

        Sperm is taken from the bladder and then injected into the egg in the lab.

        • Varicocele

        In this case, the varicose vein is removed from the scrotum.

        • Epididymal blockage

        In this case, the epididymis is corrected through surgery.

        Fertility treatments for women

        • Clomifene (Clomid, Serophene)

        Perfect for the women who do not ovulate regularly or at all, because of PCOS.

        • Metformin (Glucophage)

        If the above-mentioned one did not help the women then this option is suggested.

        • Human menopausal gonadotropin, or hMG (Repronex)

        It contains LH and FSH. if ovulation is not occurring then this injection is suggested.

        • Follicle-stimulating hormone (Gonal-F, Bravelle)

        The pituitary gland produces it which helps to control the estrogen level in the ovaries and it allows the eggs to mature.

        • Human chorionic gonadotropin (Ovidrel, Pregnyl)

        It is used in combination with FSH, clomiphene, and hMG. Through this, the eggs will ovulate at the necessary time.

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